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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 7:58 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

You might find it here:

http://javascript.internet.com/page-details/right-click-menu.html

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 12:59 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

They are all useless anyways. Even in IE you can get past them unless you make a right click close the page. In IE all you have to do when right clicking is hold the right mouse button down and click the alert windows 'OK' button with the left mouse button and then release the right mouse button.
Whammo!! the right mouse menu appears! its magic!
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:32 am Reply with quoteBack to top

DevilDog1980 wrote:
No, the purpose of "no right click" is for more than just viewing the source. I can view the source of any page that disables right click (click View -> Page Source from your browsers menu at the top). It serves as a way from not being able to do a lot of functions (or make other functions more difficult to do):

    Save image files
    Find the source of certain things like a flash file, etc
    Bookmark the page
    Go forward, backward, etc in your browser history
    Etc...


So the "right click" is for a lot more than just the page source.


Because view source also stops you from finding the image location, and the souce of anything. It's such a waste of time and effort. Infact - if you put this on your site - I'll probably just save averything you're trying to protect and sell it on ebay - along with your family.

It's irritating, a waste of time, POINTLESS no matter what you all think so just don't do it

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Sorry - but this is just really annoying. I browse the web on Mozilla and I don't like to be insulted by naff code.

You're trying to protect content - yet you let people freely download the m3u file with the mp3 location clear as day in it! Buy a streaming server or set one up with the mms protocol and stop this rubbish

http://www.reelsoundofmusic.com/jinzora2/mediabroadcast.php?resu_zj=cb086a821b044RSU&dis=5b6d4484b6344S&htap_zj=c49c003084144T&noitca=yalp&epyt=kcart&ext=.mp3


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2006 3:13 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Blind-Summit

Do you know the difference between Downloading and streaming? Wink Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 5:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I do indeed. A "download" is the obtaining of a file or media item from a website to save onto the user's computer. Streamed content can either be from a downloadable link to access this stream or the content is directed via the website.

Either way, a right click script will not prevent people from taking either from your website against your wishes. Letting people download just the m3u file and linking the mp3 to play from your server as opposed to their computer is wothless.

Perhaps I am going to the wrong section. I'm not here to have a go at you by any means - I'd rather help than anything - but if people want to grab a stream or a file - they can and will.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 6:42 am Reply with quoteBack to top

If you can manage to download my songs, go for it.

You only proved above that you can stream them, I don't care about the streams... that is what the player is for, so take all you want.... Wink

I still prefer the right click.... just my personal preference: my site = my preference Wink Smile

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 2:19 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

What Summit is trying to say is that, regardless of a no-right click script people can still download the file.

Aside from that, however, a no-right click script can be easily bypassed, or disabled.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 2:48 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Cyrus255 wrote:
What Summit is trying to say is that, regardless of a no-right click script people can still download the file.

Aside from that, however, a no-right click script can be easily bypassed, or disabled.


It's so cool that you all feel the need to point out something I already know ....

Again, I still prefer the no right click on my site Wink


but Thanks again Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 2:37 am Reply with quoteBack to top

JoAnne wrote:
If you can manage to download my songs, go for it.

You only proved above that you can stream them, I don't care about the streams... that is what the player is for, so take all you want.... Wink

I still prefer the right click.... just my personal preference: my site = my preference Wink Smile

Thank you

JoAnne ~


I think I may be missing the point here. If I have got this right, the no right click is to stop people from right clicking on your site - correct?

Now, you are doing this to stop people from stealing content - correct?

I have just explaind, that this doesn't stop anything - so therefor the code become useless.

I can see that it's your site, but if the code is just excess and preforms no function, then why keep it there? I don't just add random code to stop people doing things on my site when it won't actually stop them.

It's like putting one of those "Please enter the code in the box to download the file" things, but without actually verifying the code - it's just pointless.

Since I can get hold of any of the music - then why can't you see that this is just useless code that as other users have said before me - prevented useful right click actions?

Some people ey? Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:03 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Blind-Summit wrote:


I think I may be missing the point here. If I have got this right, the no right click is to stop people from right clicking on your site - correct?

Now, you are doing this to stop people from stealing content - correct?

I have just explaind, that this doesn't stop anything - so therefor the code become useless.

I can see that it's your site, but if the code is just excess and preforms no function, then why keep it there? I don't just add random code to stop people doing things on my site when it won't actually stop them.

It's like putting one of those "Please enter the code in the box to download the file" things, but without actually verifying the code - it's just pointless.

Since I can get hold of any of the music - then why can't you see that this is just useless code that as other users have said before me - prevented useful right click actions?

Some people ey? Rolling Eyes



hmmmmmm.... I am truly wondering why you are concerning yourself so much with this?


**** This post was started well over a year ago! Alot has happened since then then, but you still felt the need to resurrect it again.




I said I prefer the no right click on my site, so why should it matter so much to you that I want it? I find that more strange.

It's my site, my preference, so... thank you for your concern, but I think you're becoming needlessly overly dramatic about it.

Thanks again

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 9:31 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

JoAnne wrote:
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t's my site, my preference, so... thank you for your concern, but I think you're becoming needlessly overly dramatic about it.


That is exactly correct, one can do what one wants with their own site.
It has been pointed out quite a few times that 'no right click' can be overridden.
JoAnne knows that.
So what, if JoAnne wants it included?
Whatever I do at my site is my concern, what every one else does on their site is theiir concern, that is what.

Good luck with your site JoAnne.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:25 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I have no problem at all with that. I like many others here just don't see the point.

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