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Safari Reader copy and paste modes
Authored by: ozcaveboy on Jul 26, '10 05:01:12PM

Or you can enable Developer mode in Safari, enable extensions and use Tynt Blocker http://github.com/bdougherty/tynt-blocker

I personally use TinkerTool to enable Developer mode but there are other ways to do it as well.



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Safari Reader copy and paste modes
Authored by: takizo on Jul 26, '10 06:37:41PM

Yep. TinkerTools is cool, am using it as well. But compare to Firefox, Safari still lag of developer support ;(



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Safari Reader copy and paste modes
Authored by: gopes on Jul 26, '10 07:14:26PM

I'm not sure this has anything to do with Tynt: that's some JavaScript embedded in the page, while Safari itself seems to be adding the URL to the text. This web site, for example, doesn't use Tynt, but the URL still pastes (as previously mentioned, as long as you copy /all/ of the article into a rich text email).



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Safari Reader copy and paste modes
Authored by: kylegeek on Jul 26, '10 07:59:16PM

To enable Dev mode you go to Safari>Preferences>Advanced>"Show Develop in the Menu Bar



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