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I wish to reuse a past eBay listing but as it is over 90 days old, eBay will not let me edit it, therefore I want to save the photos from the listings so that I can upload them to a new listing.

But when I right-click on the image, I can't download it. The property tab in Internet Explorer just says "jscript" rather than a URL for the image.

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Can you just download the images locally and then create new listing with them? – Tschareck May 17 '12 at 9:51
And what is the problem? – Bibhas May 17 '12 at 9:52
@DoNotInstall Open the page in Chrome and then use the Web Inspector to get the image’s URL. – Alex May 17 '12 at 12:11

Open the item page -> press Ctrl + Shift + C -> Go to Resources tab, check under images.

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The trick to viewing the full res images is to double click on one!

That opens up a viewer where you can page through all the images and right-click to save-as the full resolution versions.

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Most smart phones have a ScreenShot or Clip Now feature , that allows the user to save whatever is currently displayed on their screen. Open any eBay ad , click on the image you want the save , and swipe the top edge of your phone , to instantly store that image in your photos. Once you've saved the images , you can perform all editing functions as desired . K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)

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The question is about desktop browsing. – ᴡᴏʀᴅs Jun 26 '15 at 18:15

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