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In Google Chrome, how can I auto-save pictures in all open tabs at once, or with one click?

Is this possible? I don't want to lose time for saving all the pictures in their tabs.

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when you place your mouse on image which you want to download, just press S it will download automatically

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There is this chrome extension that let's you save images with one click.

It's called "I'm a Gentleman". From the description:

Save images with one click using a hotkey or download all images from a webpage using the extension button.

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Now you can't do this without an add-on, but what I suggest to you is never get there in the first place. If you want or need to download a link without "tabbing it", just use the ever handy quick download Chrome does, Alt + left-click.

Just use this for any image you come across that can be clicked to open a new link (aka full-size).

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Too bad it doesn’t help for non-linked images. –  Synetech Aug 29 '12 at 20:45
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This chrome extension worked pretty well for me when I tried it. Has multiple Modes as well for image downloading/saving from multiple windows, tabs, same site, etc.

Bulk Download Images

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