When a Google Doc has been edited in suggestion mode, both added and deleted parts of text are marked up.
When I now mark a part of the document and copy/paste, the deleted sections are in included in the copied material, making the result generally garbled; both old deleted text and the replacement text are in the pasted text. This is unlike the behaviour of Word and LibreOffice, where the deleted text is ignored when copying into a new environment, say a text editor. What is copied is essentially what would be copied if all the change suggestions were accepted.
Is there any way to get this behaviour with Google Docs? As a work-around I download the document as Word document, open in Word and copy/paste from there, but that's a huge pain, particularly when it's a long document, and I only want to copy a short paragraph.