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We ran into this problem back with SharePoint 2010. Ultimately, we never found a solution, and users were forced to manually upload the images. However, I do remember that copying and pasting using Firefox embedded the images using base64 encoded strings. So the images were never uploaded into the Images library, but were instead embedded into the HTML ...


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From the last option select "NO" for 'require documents to be checked out before they can be edited'. This will allow users updates to be view-able by others.


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You can download them here: code.msdn.microsoft.com


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We have now fixed this, it was actually quite simple: Go to IE, Internet Options, Advanced, Untick within the Security section the option called: Do not save encrypted Pages to Disk



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