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Author Topic: PlainPaste: some drawbacks  (Read 1568 times)

Giampy

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PlainPaste: some drawbacks
« on: November 26, 2012, 07:01:41 PM »
Hi Skrommel,
I am trying PlainPaste and I have found two drawbacks:

1) PlainPaste eliminates the newline character at the end of the text.
Example: I copy the text "abc " including its final newline character. If I paste it three times without PlainPaste (one ctrl+V each time) I get what I want:
abc
abc
abc

If I paste it three times by PlainPaste (a double ctrl+V each time) I get: abcabcabc

2) PlainPaste sometimes interferes with Photoshop (CS4). If PlainPaste is active, the clipboard sometimes loses its contents, so it's not possible to paste again the previous memorized part of the image

3) this point concerns the text of the messages of the Newsgroups of Outlook Express. If I copy that text and I paste it by PlainPaste, that text is not plain, it still contains unwanted codes. Result: font and line-spacing are not what they should be
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« Last Edit: January 18, 2013, 02:22:49 PM by Giampy »