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Copying the location of an image from a webpage (Safari)


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Hey all...

I often copy the locations of images from web pages to paste into forum posts on my pc, but I haven't a clue how to do it on my new macbook.

I usually right click on the image, then to to properties, then copy the image location to the clipboard.

How is it done on here please?

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In Safari, right-click (ctrl+click) the image and choose "Copy Image Address" from the contextual menu.

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Ahh, thanks!!!

I tried "Apple" Click, but not Ctrl Click.

Thanks for that!

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