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I can't figure out how to download an image to my hard disk from the internet. OX9x, I just held down my mouse on the image and got the option. Doesn't work w/OSX and I can't figure out what to do!
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I can't figure out how to download an image to my hard disk from the internet. OX9x, I just held down my mouse on the image and got the option. Doesn't work w/OSX and I can't figure out what to do!
Actually, that does work with OS X. Just drag and drop it somewhere like the desktop. You can also Ctrl+click (right-click) on it to get the contextial menu that will allow you to save it somewhere.

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Actually, that does work with OS X. Just drag and drop it somewhere like the desktop. You can also Ctrl+click (right-click) on it to get the contextial menu that will allow you to save it somewhere.
Thanks for your help. That was driving me nuts.
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