revBrowser: how to get real image path

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revBrowser: how to get real image path

Post by ale870 » Wed Oct 08, 2014 5:14 pm

Hello,

I'm working with revBrowser component.
In internet, there are a lot of images that are used with <A> anchor.
I need to extract image address and not <A> anchor address.
I'm using a drag and drop feature to get this information (drag from revBrowser and drop into a field).
In this case, in the field, I get anchor link and not image address.
If I use "browserOver" I don't get the right information.
IfI use "beforeNavigate" I get url.
So... how can I get URL of the image and not url anchor?

Thank you for your help!!!
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Re: revBrowser: how to get real image path

Post by ale870 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 5:09 pm

Hello,
I suppose there is no way to accomplish my request.
So, I can follow another way:
I wanted to use drag and drop to get an image from revBrowser to LiveCode image component.
But when I activate drag drop, I cannot find a way to drop the image self.
Please can you help me in this way?

Thank you!
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Re: revBrowser: how to get real image path

Post by ale870 » Wed Feb 25, 2015 9:45 am

Any help?
Isn't there any feature in revBrowser to get real image address?
Thank you for your help!
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Re: revBrowser: how to get real image path

Post by Simon » Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:04 am

Hi ale870,
Is the only method you want is to drag an image from a browser?
Or can it be just get images from a web page? Big difference.

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