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Need help with images and IE.au3

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brodie28

I want to be able to give the script reference to an image (Which is no problem). I know by using $image.nameprop or $image.src you can get various information about the image. What I would like to know is the size of the image in bytes.

Is this possible? I know it is impossible to automate the downloading of images through IE.au3, but was hoping that this would be possible.

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PsaltyDS

I want to be able to give the script reference to an image (Which is no problem). I know by using $image.nameprop or $image.src you can get various information about the image. What I would like to know is the size of the image in bytes.

Is this possible? I know it is impossible to automate the downloading of images through IE.au3, but was hoping that this would be possible.

Try $oImg.filesize

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brodie28

Thanks alot.

Is there a list of all those ".something"'s?

I tried to find something in the help file but couldn't. I only know about the others because they were in the example script.

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PsaltyDS

Thanks alot.

Is there a list of all those ".something"'s?

I tried to find something in the help file but couldn't. I only know about the others because they were in the example script.

MSDN: HTML and DHTML Reference

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Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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