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While there is a draft for the HTML5 clipboard API that does look like it will support copying images to the clipboard, it isn’t yet standardized.valium online no prescription
After the jump, I’ll explain the steps we took to reach our conclusion.buy tramadol without prescription
A search through Zeroclipboard’s documentation didn’t turn up anything about images. Thankfully, Zeroclipboard is open source! Let’s find how they are doing the copy.adipex online without prescription
We went to the Actionscript (Flash’s ECMAScript-based programming language) source code for Zeroclipboard, and found this code:ativan online no prescription
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// user click copies text to clipboard // as of flash player 10, this MUST happen from an in-movie flash click event System.setClipboard( clipText );
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System.setClipboard it is. Maybe there’s a richer API than just copying text? Off to the docs!
The Actionscript docs had this to say about
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This method is provided for SWF content running in Flash Player 9. It allows only adding String content to the Clipboard.
Flash Player 10 content and content in the application security sandbox in an AIR application can call the Clipboard.setData() method.
So Flash Player 10 can do something besides strings? Let’s look at the docs for
The standard formats are:
- BITMAP_FORMAT: a BitmapData object (AIR only)
- FILE_LIST_FORMAT: an array of File objects (AIR only)
- HTML_FORMAT: HTML-formatted string data
- TEXT_FORMAT: string data
- RICH_TEXT_FORMAT: a ByteArray containing Rich Text Format data
- URL_FORMAT: a URL string (AIR only)
There you have it. If we were writing an AIR app, we could use Flash to copy an image to the clipboard; but a Flash movie embedded in a web page does not have those permissions available.
So until that draft is standardized and adopted, there seems to be no cross-browser way to programmatically copy an image to the clipboard in a web app.