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Tag: FORMATTING

Paste copied text without formatting in Google Chrome

It's happened to pretty much everyone who uses copy and paste. You find some text on the Web, which just happens to be huge, bold, and a color you wouldn't even want on your argyle socks. You highlight, copy, and paste it into a new email message to share with a chum and the ugliness transfers. If only there was a solution -- like some sort of hotkey combo that would automatically strip the...

Thoughts is a pretty new note taking app for Mac

There has been a lot of hype around the release of the new Mac note taking app Thoughts by green&slimy software, and it has now been released. We've already got a ton of note taking applications to choose from -- like Evernote and Notational Velocity -- so what does Thoughts bring to the table to set itself apart? As far as I can tell, Thoughts wants to be the pretty girl at the party. They're...

Readability 2 makes webpages printable, pasteable and uncluttered

I've written before about the Readability bookmarklet, a handy way to make cluttered sites more easily readable (and printable). Well, TUAW blogger and talented designer Brett Terpstra has made some improvements that result in an even more minimal page. Print/email links and logos are cut out, and only essential images are included. For most sites, that means you'll be left with some...

Safari Link Exposer

If you have a website, it's pretty likely that you want to know when people are linking to you, and what they're saying. This is a fairly straightforward process if you're not getting linked to every day, but if your site is relatively popular, keeping track of incoming links can turn into a bit of a chore. Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software came up with an interesting tool to help make this...

X-Ray - Today's Browser TIp

Sometimes it's handy, especially when you use WYSIWYG tools to blog, etc., to know what's going on behind the scenes, but always hitting View > Page Source (or Ctrl U) can get tedious. Stuart Robertson has created a useful extension for Firefox called X-Ray that will expose some of your HTML tags, in particular those concerned with formatting text. I can see this being very useful for debugging...