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#1    RavenHawk


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Posted 06 December 2012 - 01:09 AM

I post elsewhere on this site so I thought I’d seek help here first.  I use Seamonkey on Windows XP.  I want to add a command to a menu and I’m not that much of a programmer in this area.  In general, I want to retrieve the filename of an image on a web page by simply clicking on “copy filename”, where “copy filename” would be the new menu command.  I can click on “show source” and dig for the filename that way but I don’t want to do that, obviously.  Doing a right mouse click on the image gives an option to “save image as” and that brings up another window where the filename can be retrieved by highlighting it and then a right click – copy, but I want to cut out that bit of extra work.  I.e., I don’t want to save the image, just retrieve the filename.  Doing a right click and select properties gives the same capability.  But I want to add, “copy filename” on this menu.  Any help or suggestions?  In general, I think the question becomes: how to add a menu item to this menu?  But I don’t know where to look for this menu in the first place.  Is it in Windows or Seamonkey?  Thanks in advance.

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 01:38 AM

Aw, I saw this in the recent topics area and thought you needed help making a restaurant menu item. lol I could of helped you with that, but not with what you need sorry.

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Posted 06 December 2012 - 03:47 PM

Though I'm not familiar with SeaMonkey, I would venture to guess that the menu you wish to change is a Windows menu since the one you described is pretty universal in Windows no matter what program you're using.

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