I am going to state this feature request in two ways, once in english and once in computer gibberish.
Ok, first in English: I would like devonagent and devonthink to provide access to ALL the images on the finally rendered page. I need this because about 80% of what I use my computer for is accessing journals via our university system. And the aggravating and idiotic thing about half of these systems is that they, (like googlebooks), don’t allow one to easily grab a single image displayed on the screen. They do this through all sorts of silly idiotic methods involving iframes, which one can readily get around by (for example) looking at the “Activity” window in Webkit and downloading the image directly. I would love it if devonagent’s image list included all images that were displayed in the current browser, regardless of whether iframes have been used. I think it is wholly legitimate to be able to store any image I can see on my browser, and frankly webkit/safari allows me to do this. So why shouldn’t devonagent allow me to quickly drop those images into devonthink? So I would request that all images displayed in the browser window be available in the image list.
Webkit returns a pathetic string: “[object HTMLDivElement]”
Please consider these requests seriously. The truth is that much “information work” occurs beyond password/cookie/iframe walls that really thwart much of what needs to be done. The ability to access the DOM tree as rendered and modified is a huge issue that will be part of all future browser discussions, and I’d like to see Devonthink/Devonagent arrive at the future first.
btw, Christian, I’m happy to provide you with password/access to test this…