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    Post draggable items code?

    I have seen the DHTML code that enables text and images to be dragged around the page.
    But can the code be altered so that if these images are dragged into a certain area, a 'snapshot' of that area is saved?

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    Do a forum search for football, I don't have a link to hand.
    Is that what you mean?

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    Its not football.
    Ive seen a custom script to create a 'business card' online by dragging text and logos into position then saving it.
    Part of it I have seen possible in DHTML, but not possible to save the result?

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    Here's a link then,

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/forums/showthread.php?t=460
    Is this what you want to do?

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    Otherwise, there is no way to capture images without using something like Flash to do it.
    I'd suggest using Print Screen, but that's rather crude.

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    thanks, this was the code that gave me the idea.
    I don't think what Im after is going to be possible without resorting to JAVA.

    thanks for your help though.

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    I don't believe even Java can do what you need it to, it lacks the power.

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