Larry, "And here is my new PC background for a few days:http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap080608.html(Right click on the picture and select "Set as Background")"In the photography world, that is considered to be photo stealing and copyright violations. May I suggest a better approach? I am a paying member of Webshots at http://www.webshots.com/ .You have to sign up and download the desktop client. You can download both pro and community pictures. If you are a paying member, you can download entire pages of pictures. If you are a free member, you can only download five pictures, a day. I use the Webshots pictures for wall paper and screen savers. The pro Astronomy picture section is at http://www.webshots.com/g/56.html .The community section is at http://outdoors.webshots.com/tag/space .There are community members that are really good photographers. People have found their pictures and other people's pictures, STOLEN and put in the thief's albums, like the thief, was the photographer. They are asking Webshots to disable the right click and "save picture as" options. I see that coming at a lot of websites. Webshots has people joining, just to steal pictures. People have found their stolen pictures at other photography websites. They have had to join, that site, just to flag the stolen pictures. You might want to read this copyright article at http://www.digitalphotopro.com/tech/protips-getting-copyrigh... .Teresa
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