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On Windows you can paste the image URL in explorer when attaching a file:
It seems like what you want is to use ownCloud. I don't think it is really overkill for what you want to do. It provides essentially all the features you need. It is like using Dropbox but self-hosted which is nice. To add to it ownCloud is free, and open source which is a big plus.
Ok. I found an easy way using Firefox 25.0.1 (newest version). It is a bit of a pain though. navigate to an amazon page. Example: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Camille-Womens-Ladies-Briefs-Three/dp/B00B1EW4YE/ref=pd_sim_sbs_ap_1 Select the picture you want. Hover your mouse of the small picture. The large image will rollover on the right. Right click. ...
Nope. It’s very common to have the same image on several different pages. And you even don’t have the (technically) same image in the first place, because it’s a thumbnail. (However, to be really sure, you’d better include an example in your question.)
Surprisingly Google Drive natively cannot rotate images. Some programs try to reorient the image when you open it, which explains your second paragraph. The guide you linked to refers to the Google Drive application Google Drawings. After installing it, you can create a Drawing document: in which you can rotate images:
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