I typically right click, export, open in a file editor, select all, and then copy.
Alternatively in some contexts I can call
list of what I want and then select blockify and copy the text from the resulting
Perhaps the right click menu for text can offer a copy to clipboard option?
Maybe I'm odd if having to do this a lot.
In what medium do you have the text in the first place? Value of a variable?
Most often it is the value of a variable but sometimes it the output of a reporter.
it is console.log()
I often put reporter into list block - run it and then blockify the result and copy/paste it
Jens says we can't have an easy, right-click copy to clipboard but I just think he's not trying hard enough..........
The problem with it is that not all browsers support the function (ahem, safari).
You may alter default
behaviorr with simple JS
If you run a reporter or use "result pic..." with Alt pressed, a simple value or JSON of the result is copied to clipboard (lists, strings, and numbers only). With the user script manager it can be semi-persistent.
Chrome@Win10, Clipboard API for text is now supported by all major browsers, but some privacy/security restriction may apply.
with costume support
"navigator.clipboard.writeText" | Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc
every browser (except IE) supports it. Though some require it be causally connected to a user event.
Geez, there's quantum physics in software?