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vid
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scrolling source box in posts is great idea, but how to copy entire source from there, at once?

using Opera
Post 03 Nov 2006, 09:11
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rugxulo



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Select the text (e.g., left-click and hold it w/ your mouse, drag until bottom of the code box) and either right click on the code box and click Copy or press Ctrl+C. Then, you can open your text editor (e.g., TDE(W) or Notepad) and edit/save/etc.
Post 03 Nov 2006, 09:32
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vid
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the code box doesn't scroll for me, when i drag mouse to it's edge... maybe just opera's problem?
Post 03 Nov 2006, 10:28
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rugxulo



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No, I tried it in Opera, so it can't be that. Very Happy

Just drag the mouse cursor towards the edge of the box, it should scroll forward a bit.
Post 03 Nov 2006, 10:55
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vid
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with opera 9?
'cause i am using 8 (9 has too much bloat for m to take)

seems i will really have to go with FF. Opera isn't what it used to be...
Post 03 Nov 2006, 12:36
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rugxulo



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vid, yes, I tried in Opera 9.02 (Win32). If that's too bloated for you (and you don't want Firefox 2 or IE 7), try this:

Quote:

The Off By One Web Browser may be the world's smallest and fastest web browser with full HTML 3.2 support. It is a completely self-contained, stand-alone 1.2 MB application with no dependencies on any other browser or browser component. For Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Now, with a tabbed browsing interface.
Post 03 Nov 2006, 18:02
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MazeGen



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HTML 3.2? Many web sites uses HTML 4.0...
Post 05 Nov 2006, 20:52
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rugxulo



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MazeGen, yes, I know, but hey, it's better than nothing. Wink
Post 05 Nov 2006, 22:03
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Reverend



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Many web sites even go further and use XHTML, so HTML 4.0 is slowly becoming obsolete. Not to mention older HTML 3.2
Post 05 Nov 2006, 22:09
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