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Easy copy and paste of network settings System
This may be already known but I noticed that you can easily copy your IP address to the clipboard by simply control-clicking on your IP address in System Preferences:Sharing or System Preferences:Network and selecting Copy in the contextual menu. This is even of broader scope since you can also copy your router address, ethernet address and probably some other data.

[Editor's note: It seems you can use this little trick on just about any text box in the System Prefs application.]
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Actually... any Cocoa app
Authored by: Anonymous on Jan 27, '02 11:28:20AM

This will work in any Cocoa App that hasn't provided a custom contextual menu.

Text-- whether editable or not-- is just another object and behaves with all of the behavior provided by default in Cocoa.



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Regular copy command available
Authored by: echo on Jan 27, '02 03:36:35PM

Once you select it (which is needed to get the contextual menu), copy is available by keyboard or menu item.



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