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Ok, I use a site to upload pictures onto to keep them there for use from anywhere, but I want to create a quick backup.

My problem is saving them, I can write the Inetget and everything.

I think my problem is right here.

I know my variable for the picture is correct, as i've used message boxes.

InetGet($yellow, "C:\Documents and Settings\Windows User\Desktop\test\1.jpg", 1,0)

I'm thinking the limits of InetGet don't allow it to save pictures onto my HD?

Any recommendations?

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Swift

Does the directory on your desktop "test" exist? InetGet() can save pictures. There are no limitations!

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xsnow

Does the directory on your desktop "test" exist? InetGet() can save pictures. There are no limitations!

It did exist, but I just figured out my problem.

I never had http://

hehe.

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It did exist, but I just figured out my problem.

I never had http://

hehe.

:)

...Please check your script next time before posting. :)

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:)

...Please check your script next time before posting. :)

i've been trying to figure this out for about a half hour, so i've checked plenty.

just one of those things that click when you look away from a while.

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i've been trying to figure this out for about a half hour, so i've checked plenty.

just one of those things that click when you look away from a while.

Always use Http:// though! :)

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Always use Http:// though! :)

That's true, but when I was using variables and using clipput to make sure it worked, it worked in my brower. just that it redirected it.

I got this puppy working now.

Going to make backups so much easier from now on.

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