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I'm trying to copy an image straight from a website without saving it first. If I rightclick on the image in any of the browsers which are currently installed on my system (FireFox, Mozilla, Epiphany) I don't get an option to do this. However, under windows and using either firefox or IE I do have this option. I'm guessing it is something related to Gnome, but how can I get this to work?
So far the only thing I've bneen able to do is save the image to HDD and then insert it into the document I'm preparing, but I'd like to skip that extra step.
i'm on XFCE and i don't have this option either, so it's not a Gnome issue... i suspect there's probably an extension for the linux firefox which would add this capability to the right-click menu, but i'm not sure...