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Sorry if this has been asked before, but I can't figure out how to save pics on the JCrew site. When you click on the main imge it brings you to the items page and then opens a new window that will let you zoom the image but not save. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

example:

http://www.jcrew.com/AST/Browse/WomenBrows...19805/19805.jsp

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Sorry if this has been asked before, but I can't figure out how to save pics on the JCrew site. When you click on the main imge it brings you to the items page and then opens a new window that will let you zoom the image but not save. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

example:

http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?src=ima...amp;tmp=prdDtIm

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In forefox, turn on Tools>live HTTP headers.

Navigate to your page, and click to get the zoom window. Zoom it up.

Look in Live HTTP headers for a line that looks like this

http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?src=ima...i&scale=0.5

Copy that and paste into a new browser window. Add a 1 in front of each of the non-zero attribute numbers, so it reads

http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?src=ima...&scale=10.5

hit return, and the image should come up.

The trick with the 1's is entirely empirical, and i have no idea whether all are necessary (I know the scale one is not). I assume the bigger numbers are exceeding the maximum image size, and the return is the biggest there is, but I may be wrong.

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In forefox, turn on Tools>live HTTP headers.

Navigate to your page, and click to get the zoom window. Zoom it up.

Look in Live HTTP headers for a line that looks like this

http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?src=ima...i&scale=0.5

Copy that and paste into a new browser window. Add a 1 in front of each of the non-zero attribute numbers, so it reads

http://images.jcrew.com/erez4/erez?src=ima...&scale=10.5

hit return, and the image should come up.

The trick with the 1's is entirely empirical, and i have no idea whether all are necessary (I know the scale one is not). I assume the bigger numbers are exceeding the maximum image size, and the return is the biggest there is, but I may be wrong.

Thank you so much for the info. I have downloaded firefox, but not sure where to find how to turn on the HTTP headers. I went in the tools section but couldn't find anything matching what you listed. Of course I am not very savy with computers. Any additional help you could provide would be great! Thanks again for the help!

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The HTTP Headers is an add-on. You have to download it :)

OK thank you! I know I sound like an idiot on this. :) So I added the HTTP Headers add on for firefox. I then went to JCrew clicked on the 1st item listed and it goes to that page. When I click the pic, it opens in a seperate window and I zoom it all the way, but I do not see where it is that you can find the image from the earlier instructions. If I am on the page where the original picture is listed and I goto Tools, I see the Live HTTP Headers, but nothing is listed. I apologize for the questions on this and I greatly appreciate all the help, but I am having trouble figuring this out. :)

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