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Q: If I hear a sound file play when opening a website (web page)

Is there anyway to 'right click' and SAVE AS (when it comes to an audio file that plays everytime you open a web page)?

I know you can right-click on a picture and do a SAVE image as, etc.

Is there any way to do the same thing for an audio file that plays automatically?
I don't see any link for the file on the web page itself.

Thanks in advance for your time and any reply!
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Raynard7Commented:
This depends on what browser you are using - if you are using firefox you can just right click - go view page info - then on the media tab - all the pics / sounds are there and you can click save as.

I do not think IE has something similar
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pugdog_fanAuthor Commented:
Wow thanks ... I am using Firefox ...

When I did what you said ... everything listed in the MEDIA tab was either a .GIF, .JPG, or .SWF (embedded file) ...
I didn't see any .wav or other 'audio' extensions ...

Do you think the sound was part of the FLASH stuff and/or inside a .gif file?
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Raynard7Commented:
I think that it is likley that it was in the .swf - download the swf - open it - if you hear the music, then you know it was there
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pugdog_fanAuthor Commented:
I think the .swf is embedded ... not sure if I can download that ...

I'll try
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pugdog_fanAuthor Commented:
Well, it really didn't work out for me (this time).

I'll close this question, and I'll still award you the points (the Firefox tip was very sexy).

Peace!
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