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Downloading an image from page without extracting URL

Is there anyway to download an image from a website and download it into a folder on a local computer? I see that there is an option to "Click and..." convert to Word, Pdf, and Excel but not an image. I know that it is possible to extract the URL of the image from this question : In that answer it does not apply to the image I am attempting to extract. What if the image URL generates a new image every time the URL is loaded. Is it impossible to extract this type of image in any other way besides extracting the URL?
29-06-2015 10:17:54 -0400

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Hi, You can do either of the two methods below: 1. You can use NSEQL sequence but cancel the last navigation. Then you can use the output of the sequence component as the input page of the Save File component to download the image. Note that the cancel navigation is required only for Internet Explorer and not for Denodo browser. 2. Once you navigate to the URL, you can use an extractor to store the URL of the image (Assign an example by specifying the field type as URL and checking the 'Markup's attribute value') and then you can use the SetTargetUrl and SaveFile commands to save the image. Hope this helps.
Denodo Team
30-06-2015 06:11:16 -0400
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