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I will assume you're not using Chrome, which is why my answer is relevant. Check out this article on copy/pasting in Google Drive documents: When working in Chrome, you can use the right-click menu to copy and paste content (or select "Copy" or "Paste" from the Edit menu in the toolbar). When using the right-click-context menu in Drive, the stuff you ...


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The first thing that comes to mind is Pastebin. I have not had problems with copying and pasting back to applications and it supports syntax highlighting of many different languages.


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We don't have inter-tab clipboard, but it would be possible. Please add it to the feature request list if you'd like to see it. They've added an option for cut and paste (which you can see at the link). We've added experimental support for this using local storage. It can be enabled with the clipboard=storage URL parameter as follows: https://www.draw....


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Why not just paste the command into a text file and attach it to the email?


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Pastie is another good pastebin type site. It has the dubious advantage of defaulting to a dark color scheme. It also seems to load a tad faster than Pastebin for me.


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Check out CodePaste.NET . It's a great site for code help, etc. Does formatting for you. Made by Rick Strahl who's well known in the .NET geek circles.


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Actually the answer is trivial: Google webapps has MarkdownTableMaker https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/markdowntablemaker/cofkbgfmijanlcdooemafafokhhaeold?hl=en Works reasonably well.


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This is similar to my answer to IMPORTHTML at a certain time of day in Google Spreadsheets, but I guess the question isn't a duplicate, so: Enter the script (below) in the Script Editor (under Tools) Change the name of sourceSheet and logSheet to what you have. Create a trigger under Resources > This project's triggers, so it runs daily between 8pm and ...


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After spending every waking moment working on this and now much more since I have answered this question and I m sorry it took a while to update. here's where I have left off. it's clunky but functional: var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet(); var s = ss.getActiveSheet(); var r = s.getActiveRange(); var c = s.getActiveCell(); var aRow = r.getRow(); ...


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Photopin.com, which indexes photos from flickr.com, supports partially this feature. It is still not entirely compliant with the CC attribution requirements mentioned in the question. On Photopin, once you find an image, you hover over it and click "get photo" which brings up a dialog as such: The last part "Grab HTML for Attribution" is a step in the ...


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Ctrl+A - Select All Ctrl+C - Copy To Clipboard If you just want to copy part of what's on screen: Mouse click at the beginning of the paragraph. Click Shift key and hold. Move your mouse to the last paragraph to copy. Mouse click again. Your text will be highlighted. You can let go of Shift now. Ctrl+C will copy the highlighted text to the clipboard ...


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One solution I found is to use TextMate's Unwrap paragraph function. Copy text from Gmail, paste into TextMate, then go Text->Unwrap paragraph.


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For JavaScript (and HTML/CSS), including actual execution for live testing of the code (in your own browser, of course, but not in IE6), there's the brilliant JS Bin. Be sure to watch the short introduction videos. Once you saved your code to a public URL it cannot be changed, but others can save their changes and then get a brand new URL they can paste in ...


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Atlassian uses a java applet in Jira and Confluence to upload images by pasting from the clipboard. This works really good.


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There is at least 1 Wiki that does that: Confluence (from Atlassian). One place online for teams to collaborate and capture knowledge – create, share, and discuss your files, ideas, minutes, specs, mockups, diagrams, and projects. A powerful rich editor, integration with Office and JIRA, and hundreds of add-ons help teams create intranets, ...


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The technology is there, but I think it is waiting for someone to build it into wiki software. Have a look at Google Docs. Start a new word processing doc, take a screen clip using whatever you choose, the image is held in your local clipboard, and then just do a Control-V into the doc. Voila, straight into the browser and magically uploaded to some ...



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