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Hi,

I am using smartgwt 2.2 for my application. I have customized context menu on right click on an image, I need to add a copy to systems clipboard functionality so i can copy an image from app then paste in somewhere else like (paint) . Is there a way I can accomplish it?

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Why are you writing your own functionality for this? Doesn't the browser provide this already?
 
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the reason I am writing my own is becuause i have to provide other customized options in that menu which browser doesn't provide..

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if it helps:

javascript for copying image from a div

var div = document.getElementById('divId');
div.contentEditable = 'true';
var controlRange;
if (document.body.createControlRange) {
controlRange = document.body.createControlRange();
controlRange.addElement(div);
controlRange.execCommand('Copy');
}
div.contentEditable = 'false';

I dont think this will work in non IE browsers and i advise against using browser specific script.

Always remember that you are working on a browser, Its never going to act like a desktop application,
You cannot (for example) drag and drop files from your pc into your application.
 
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