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Is there a way to stop the browser as in any browser from attaching itself to the images on the page. I have this app where you can adjust images by dragging and such butit seems that the function that allows the user to drag n drop the image to the desktop is impeading tmy functions. I observed that if you drag the image to the dektop my functions work fine. My question is, is there a way to shut that off or artificially fool the browser the picture was dragged to the desk top?

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No, there isn't. The "click & hold" and "drag & drop" are inherent qualities of the operating system. It is just how the OS works and there unfortunately aren't any workarounds.
What application are you running that needs to work around this?

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