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Copy/Paste image upload web form from clipboard

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Similar to a Web Form field to provide a path to the local file for upload to remote web server page I am looking for example of a Java Script or another pluggable add-on which I could use on my HTML web form to allow users to paste an image from clipboard into that field to use as an upload within a form.

Possibly some Web Plugin which woudl allow to be called within a Web form and save the image copied into clipboard into a temp file and place the path to that file into a web-form on the page.
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This Java applet could be worth checking:

http://lassebunk.dk/2009/08/04/clipboard-java-applet/

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