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I figured it out!!!! Try DOUBLE CLICKING in the cell to which you want to paste (rather than simply selecting the cell with a single click). Your paste option should then switch to text and NOT parse the text data.


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If you wanted to use code to do this you can do it in Perl using LWP::Simple or Mechanize modules. The following might have what you are after Find All Links from a web page using LWP::Simple module This is assuming you are comfortable with using a command line solution using Perl. This works the same on both Windows and Linux platforms. It wouldn't take ...


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Yep, it's a good ol' bash script. This uses the lynx browser to extract the URLs from the pages and dump them to a text file: #!/bin/bash # # Usage: # # linkextract <start> <end> <pad> <url> # # <start> is the first number in the filename range. Must be an integer # <stop> is the last number in the filename range. ...


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Pages from any web site are just HTML files that are transfered from a remote server to your computer so your browser can render them. (It is a lot more complex than that, most times they can be generated on-the-fly, and there's also separate images files transferred together with the HTML file so the browser can place images on the page, and also there's ...


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You can do that, as far I know about editing web and using chrome together. Use notepad++ and set your server details. You can edit and changes will reflect on saving file. Websites do need time to reload web contents, and plugins or extension also takes time to save data then respond to web-server data.. total time is notepad++ and web server response ...


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Root cause The root cause of the problem, in this specific case, is a deficient stylesheet for stackoverflow.com. If you examine the CSS for another site, such as codereview.stackexchange.com, you'll see @media print { … pre { max-height: none; display: block; width: 600px; height: auto; overflow-x: auto; ...


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On a Windows System use: cmd /c start http://superuser.com What this command does is: cmd Opens the command line window. /c is a parameter for the command line window. It tells the command line window to close itself after finishing. This command line window shall run the command start. start opens a new command prompt, to run a command. The ...


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After searching through Steve Oualline's Vim book (New Riders Publishing, 2001), I realized what the answer was. The "wrong style" includes a stray extra exclamation mark near the end. <!-- Right style --> <!-- Wrong style --!> Why didn't I notice the extra mark the first time I read the help text? I guess I must have been reading it too ...


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It's quite possible you're running into subpixel hinting issues. In order to get as smooth a font as possible, modern operating systems will use a subpixel rendering algorithm to add blue and red bars to letter's pixels. This allows them to use 'sub' pixels and gain just a tiny fraction of increase in size. See the Wikipedia page for more information. You ...


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You can use the Site Visualizer crawler for this work. Download and install it, then click New Project, type your website's URL, click OK, then Start Crawl toolbutton. After the crawling is completed, double-click All Links report of the Reports tab. You'll be given all links that are present on the website, as well as other info: source/target link URLs, ...



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