2020-06-07 04:47 BST

View Revisions: Issue #1892

Summary 0001892: Missing "copy URL" option
Revision 2013-12-18 15:37 by Vincent Sanders
Description I have not found this option anywhere in the menus or documentation.

No option in context menu, nor any other way I can find, to yank a link into any buffer. This is the only graphical browser I've tested which does not offer this option. I would think it's standard to right click on a link and grab the URL for transport to another application or location.

All sites and web pages tested.
Revision 2012-03-11 15:16 by Sourceforge Import placeholder
Description 1. NS 2.8 built from source files.
2. Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop running CentOS 6/i686
3. I have not found this option anywhere in the menus or documentation.
4. No option in context menu, nor any other way I can find, to yank a link into any buffer. This is the only graphical browser I've tested which does not offer this option. I would think it's standard to right click on a link and grab the URL for transport to another application or location.
5. All sites and web pages tested.
6. Right-click on link; no such option appears.
7. N/A