Re: cut-n-pasting links
On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 08:53:05AM -0500, dman wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 09:42:42AM -0400, Rick Pasotto wrote:
> | How can I cut-n-paste something that shows as a link in Mozilla and/or
> | the gnome terminal? Every key combination I've tried seems to activate
> | the link instead of putting the text in the buffer.
> In galeon (and I presume mozilla) if you right-click on the link there
> is a menu item "Copy Link Location".
Not what I want.
Suppose "Copy Link Location" was a link that pointed to
http://www.foo.com/copylink.htm. I want to cut-n-paste the
words "Link Location". What you suggest puts the
"http://www.foo.com/copylink.htm" in the buffer.
> The way I usually do it in gnome-terminal is to select too much. This
> way I click outside the link and select a bit of leading/trailing text
> along with the link.
That works but is a cludgy work-around that requires additional editing
thus nullifying the benefits of cut-n-paste.
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