ID Number: 883 From: jrichins2000 <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: saving pics
Date: Monday, July 15 2002 - 15:13:27
Just a warning...
If instructions on how to circumvent Lisa's "right-click-save"
security feature are posted in this club, they will be removed
immediately. You all should know by now how seriously we take
copyright infringements around here!
I'm not going to worry about the print screen, paste into Paint
method already suggested because personally, I think it may have been
a joke. If a jpeg posted into a bitmap is good enough for you, then
knock yourself out.
I'm sure any member here can go elsewhere to find better methods of
ripping off Lisa's site. (In fact, it's moronically simple.) But,
as I said before, you're not going to find those methods here.
sorry loohoosuher... :)
As far as the legalese that seems to imply that one personal copy is
OK, it probably should be clarified or removed. At one time, Lisa
was considering selling ZIPs with a whole collection of photos, and
perhaps that disclaimer was trying to account for the future
possiblity. However, the ZIPs never came to be, and probably won't.
We'll have to hear from Lisa on this.
At any rate... if you're a member of her site, you have access to all
her photos, any time you want. Why bother with saving them, then?
There's no convenience benefit (unless you happen to be offline at
the time). And if you're not a member, man... you're missing out.
--- In lisamarie@y..., "loohoosuher" <loohoosuher@y...> wrote:
> that's not the solution i was speaking of. that's one way of doing
> but the picture quality isn't exact.
> since i respect legentilhomme's opinion and since i want to hear
> people's opinions, i'll hold off on explaining the process.
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