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<Files "*.html"> Order Allow,Deny Deny from All </Files>
I'd personally consider it a waste of time, thoughJason_A wrote:I have a mod in progress that will disable right click - so people won't be able to steal images ect. although this doesn't prevent it all.
Hi Jason,Jason_A wrote:I have a mod in progress that will disable right click - so people won't be able to steal images ect. although this doesn't prevent it all.
Also, keep in mind that disabling the right-click on a page will be seriously annoying. Imagine someone trying to copy a hyperlink, the path to an image, or someone who wishes to download an image posted by another user. They would all be affected.
The fact is that as soon as the user sees your style or forum, the content (page, images, CSS-code, etc.) is already on their computer.
Vic D'Elfant wrote:Anyone with sufficient knowledge to create a style from the output HTML will have absolutely no difficulties with copying the images
Any progress on this MOD?Jason_A wrote:Oh well - It could come handy. I am also working on a "Post Thank You" mod which will allow members to click a "Thanks" button by another members post and then the thanks will show under that. Why? ... well you may ask -
One of the biggest problems on forums as you may know is 'posts boosting'. There are users who LOVE to say 'thanks' when ever they can. How can it hurt? Their post count goes up, they have nothing to loose.
There are also users who really like to express their thanks to post but don't like posting a post that looks like they're post boosting.
Then comes the moderators who have to delete people's thanks yous so a thread can look readable with out the thanks yous thrown around.
Finally comes the posters of these useful posts. They have no idea how many people really likes their posts if only some people say 'thanks'.
This mod will fix all those problems... This places a button called 'thanks.' When a user clicks on it, it places his username in a box right under the post saying that so-and-so says 'thanks' for the post. Every-one who clicks is placed in one box.
Agree, AFAIK you can't even do it with FF. Only works on IE and then it really doesn't matter... Fact is if it can be seen it can be copied, that applies to everthing I have ever come across on any medium including HTML , Images, video etc. Simply put if you want the public to be able to view your work you cannot prevent it from being copied. The only thing that has come close is BD+ protected Blu-Ray discs and they are teetering on the edge...zeroK wrote:
I'd personally consider it a waste of time, though