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Finding the location of an image in IE

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rDub

Does anyone know how to find the location of the upper left corner of an image in a webpage?

I am trying to run a pixel pattern matching routine against an image that is embedded in a web page. I know the size of the image in question and if i can find the upper left corner of the image (either relative to the screen or the IE window) I can use a simple offset do the pattern matching. The image is not always in the same location due to a variable amount of possible text and other items around it; but the <img> tag is always the same. In case this matters: It is not a link only a simple image tag

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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rDub

Thanks again!

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