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More info please...

There shouldn't be any problems copypasting anything on this site (except if you want to copy text out of a picture ;) )

Maybe it's a screen-related problem: The "problem sits in front of the screen" kinda problem :p


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What are you using?

I have an old ASUS transformer tablet at home that will not let me copy/paste on this forum, but does everywhere else. On a desktop the forum works ok.


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Copy pasting works a bit TOO well for me... it keeps including formatting as well. Sorry, I don't know what causes your problem but I can only agree that sometimes the forum software is infuriating.

A couple of weeks back I spent almost an hour trying to format a long post in a PM. It was a long bulleted list and the f__ing thing just would not work as intended. I've been "coding" HTML/PHP/etc for years but this was apparently beyond my capability...

Oh and don't get me started on how it eats posts with links in them. I've lost count on how many of those posts I've fixed for people.

Sorry, venting a bit heh


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Tried again today... on two machines. Windows Explorer 11. Still cant copy paste... arrghh !! New forum please :)


New browser please... :p I never had any such problems with firefox.


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