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Save some unsavable QuickTime clips via the browser
Authored by: coolsoldier on Jul 28, '06 02:59:54PM

Safari also supports in-browser source editing if you install SafariStand.



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Editing in Safari
Authored by: qwerty denzel on Jul 28, '06 08:38:02PM

You could paste the source into the Snippet Editor (found in the Debug menu), but unfortunately the find dialog doesn't have the ability to replace.
Using the services menu might be a better way to go, where I have options for TextEdit, TextWrangler, and Smultron to open a new document containing the currently selected text.



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