Fri Apr 17, 2020 5:36 pm Post
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Sat Apr 18, 2020 1:31 pm Post
There are programs that make a specialty of grappling with whatever we may put on the clipboard, and representing it in a standardized way. OneNote is free to Windows users and has the added advantage of being able to capture and archive the contents of our smartphone's clipboard as well as our PC's.But since Chromium browsers are now most of the market with Firefox shrinking. This is a design that needs updating even if after release.
same issue here, with both Chrome and Opera. Would be really good to have this solved.
Sat Apr 18, 2020 3:21 pm Post
JJSlote wrote:Firefox sets images up differently on a drag than do the Chromium-based browsers. If we drag the image on this page from Firefox into the HTML editor BlueGriffon, the document source shows the image as a local temp file:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:25 pm Post
hackerchick wrote:I'm trying to understand how pointing to a temp file can work while pointing to a remote file would require bandwidth to re-retrieve the photo each time...
If Scrivener always references the source file, does that mean if I copy/paste an image from Firefox that as soon as that temp file clears out, the image will no longer be available in Scrivener?
Wouldn't scrivener always handle the clipboard contents by copying the actual image bits rather than just storing a pointer to the file/url?
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