|Quoting ANITIX87 (Thread starter):|
I'm curious to see what others might think of this idea. Again, I realize this will not put an end to copyright theft and illegal use, but it may help significantly.
|Quoting mat1979 (Reply 1):|
However it will be a pain for most users who just want to use the image as a screensaver or save their prefered pictures just for the love of having and collecting awesome pics.
|Quoting Chukcha (Reply 4):|
I upload pictures on a website that has right-clicking disabled. One thing that totally puts me off is that you can't use any copy-and-paste on that site. I use this function quite a bit here while uploading, copying bits of text from my previous uploads, aircraft registrations, aircraft types, etc. Disabling right-clicking would be pain in the a** for me as a photographer.
|Quoting ManuCH (Reply 5):|
Disabling right-clicking makes a site look extremely cheap and amateur-ish. I definitely don't think that's a good idea. Furthermore, as others pointed out, the measure can be
|Quoting Silver1SWA (Reply 8):|
I agree with most of what has been said except this. The lack right clicking ability or lack of save as function from the right click menu is something commonly seen on highly protected websites often run by pretty large professional organizations. I'm not seeing how it would make this place look cheap.
|Quoting cpd (Reply 10):|
For me, I'm not bothered by right clicking, people will grab your images no matter what you do - you just have to watermark the image robustly, right across detailed parts of the image where it will be most difficult to remove the watermark.