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Is there a way to determine the url of the image file found in the flash here?

https://logoizer.peaksystems.com/view/77700000-55d3-255a-1ed0901e27b4

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You could use the dev tools in Chrome (Ctrl+Shift+I). It lists all images under the resources tab. Specifically, have a look at the left column under Frames->Folder XYZ->Images or Other.

Another way would be to use Firebug in Firefox. Click on 'Network'->Images, reload the page and it lists you every loaded image.

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chris couldn't have given you a simpler example. Try it. And lo and behold, surprise surprise, your answer doesn't work. The HTML you are displaying isn't going to show inside the flash is it. Chris wants to see inside it. – barlop Sep 14 '11 at 23:08
    
I had tried both versions before I posted. And lo and behold, surprise surprise, both of them worked. (marketing.peaksystems.com/imglib/mresjpg/21658/8881_30_z.jpg) – p.vitzliputzli Sep 14 '11 at 23:12
    
I don't see it but I believe you. I would remove my downvote but the system won't let me remove it unless perhaps you edit it, just a minor edit and it might let me remove the downvote. – barlop Sep 14 '11 at 23:17
    
Well, I've made it more explicit. – p.vitzliputzli Sep 14 '11 at 23:20
    
+1 i guess it's there for me, and believe it's there for you, but here's a pic i don't see it i55.tinypic.com/svjo9c.jpg – barlop Sep 14 '11 at 23:22

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