In my day job, we have a large site hosted on twin Domino 8.00 servers. While most users just read the documents it serves up, there are a few who use SnagIt in connection with other duties they have. One of them has a task where he selects all the text on certain frequently-updated pages in Internet Explorer, then copies that stuff off and pastes it into some other places for use by gnomes or something.
When this text is then pasted into, say, Word or email, the regular text is there, and the fieldname/value pairs are also pasted in, in a nice neat table at the bottom of the document. Needless to say, all these strange Notes field values sorta freaked him out, and I cannot figure out why SnagIt isn't ignoring them. Remember, these are in a <FORM> tag all their own, and all the <INPUT> tags are flagged as "hidden," so they're not visible on the rendered page itself. You can of course view them in the source code.
Anybody seen this before? Comments are welcome.
Oh, and by the way:
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1. Amit Agarwal02/11/2008 11:25:53 PM
When pasting the web content in Word, choose the Paste Special Mode and paste only "unformatted text" - that may solve the program.