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How do you get that image list out of opera?

     
3:21 am on Jan 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I heard opera gives you a list of image urls with the right command? Is this correct? Anyone know the command?
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I know you can get the address of any SINGLE image from a right click on the image. Also you can save a page and all its images with "File > Save with images as".

But I don't know about a full list of all image URLs on a page. The page saving function changes the names of the images and the links to them.

8:37 am on Jan 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I have a few extensions for IE that do this, very handy. You could take the html source they use to do this and run it as a bookmarklet (unless opera can also do extensions?) I bet opera 7 would run the code unmodified. Sticky me if you want a html file or rip the html out of this package [microsoft.com...]
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This is one of the features I like about Netscape 4, relic that it may be. View > Page Info gives a nice list.
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well the extension for IE from microsoft does a really nice list too, it also does time estimates for all the images on 28.8k and 56k dialup connects

as far as NS4, one thing NS4 STILL does a better job than microsoft is showing exactly what javascript syntax or parsing typo has occured rather than just telling you the location (example, missing an ending bracket)