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10.6: Create an RTF-formatted link to current Safari page
Authored by: everkleer80 on Oct 21, '09 12:17:54PM

As I tried to say in my previous post, I think the whole point of this is just to copy the link to the clipboard, not to put it in TextEdit or any other app. If it is on the clipboard then you can paste it however many times you want, whenever you want (maybe you want to copy it to use at a later time) and, as the OP said, this is particularly useful with a clipboard monitoring program such as JumpCut.

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