True, but if you dont want a watermark showing on all the images on your site, the only other method would be digital thumbprint, or use camoflage and embed a text file into the image http://www.camouflagesoftware.com/ -----Original Message----- From: Ross Lynch [mailto:kernel at esatclear.ie] Sent: 17 October 2001 16:28 To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: RE: [thelist] Hiding images (no right click?) > Hows about this one, a 10 pixel overrun > at the bottom of the image, if the image > is shown in a popup, have the popup 10 > pixels too small with no scrollbars, when > the user right clicks and saves as, he > gets an image with words similar to > "stolen from www.whereever.com", or if it > is on a page not in a popup, relatively > position a 10 pixel high layer of the > background color under the image at > -10px, this will hide the warning but > when saves it appears. Not that sure > about netcrap navigator being able to use > the layer solution though, + its more > striking than a watermark. Assuming you want to show the most prominent and meaningful part of the picture - those 10 pixels are going to be of little consequence. It'd be pretty easy to crop them off don't you think? Watermarks are very difficult to remove. Often damn near impossible I would think. -Ross ____________________________________________________ ross lynch | me at rosslynch.com | +353 (0)87 9683368 ____________________________________________________ Nicht auf dem Teppich, Mann! --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !