Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by tablariddim, Nov 26, 2008.
it's nice that you can drag and drop text selection too.
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If you can get them selected that is..
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can you double click to select and use shift + arrows?
Quote this post, then select the '[/quote]'-bit at the end. Now right click to copy... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
that dont work? i am not using chrome right now but i dont think that is a problem.
Yes it is. You can select it fine, but the moment you right-click to copy it, the selection reduces to 'QUOTE' instead of '[/QUOTE]'.
come to think of it, i remember something like that so i use ctrl+c
Well, that sucks. I want to be able to use right-click Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
i just track ball the text blue then have my thumb and middle fing over the ctrl and c keys respectively then at the right moment i simulteously give them a tap.
THEN i roll over to where i want tpast and clicl one time in the box and of course finrs are over ctrl v. try that method.
I know how that works, but I'm not about to change my current methods (which I find more convenient) for a new browser, when I can just go back to using Firefox.
I have no issues at all with Firefox, I'm just trying out Chrome.
Sorry ? What for ?
I was just hoping there is an option to turn that behavior off.
I am also using google mail as an alternative to outlook.
I can't understand why they have decided to reject folders.
Folders let you group your past emails into categories, so that you can reference them later. As similar emails have similar headers, you can do this by selecting a bunch of them and transferring them to the folder they belong to.
In google mail, you have to individually flag each email.
Why be different just to make a step backwards?
I also have Gmail, but I hardly use it. I'm sticking with Hotmail for now..
actually right clicking seems to work.
Both Google Chrome threads have been merged, I apologise for any continuity errors.
Not for me it isn't.. :shrug:
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