Re: [Clip] Capturing Webpage
I was puzzled as to what the ^!Keyboard ALT+V O in your clip was for,
until I realised you meant ^!Keyboard ALT+V C to bring the page source
into NoteTab so that your search for the "/title" tag would expose the
page title to be added to your bibliographic line. Very neat!
Isn't it great when you can learn something from a typo.
On 7/7/05, Adrian/ Rosemary Worsfold <change@...> wrote:
> Clip making for capturing webpages to text was being done recently.
> I looked at them and made my own. I just pass it on here.
> ^!Set %pagetext%=^$GetClipboard$
> ^!Keyboard ALT+D CTRL+C
> ^!Set %urltext%=^$GetClipboard$
> ^!Keyboard ALT+V O
> ^!Delay 10
> ^!SetScreenUpdate Off
> ^!Keyboard CTRL+HOME
> ^!Find "/title" WIS
> Adrian Worsfold
- Interesting about that typing error correction - the danger of transferring something correctly
done in MyIE2 and then not altered in Internet Explorer itself (which I use little). So it is Alt V C -
Looking I cannot find the keyboard combination for View Source in IE6 but Alt V C works. The
other interesting thing is both IE6 and MyIE2 have to be online for the capturing to work - use of
a page offline in Temporary Internet Files does not allow a test.