John Stephens [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:
My problem is when I paste formatted text into a plain text note.
Doing this in TextEdit and other text editors I use begets plain
text, which is what I want. In order to do this in Yojimbo, I have to
press Shift-Alt-Command-V (Paste And Match Style), which may be
Apple's punishment for trying to use keyboard commands. I'd like to
get a behavior like what I have in TextEdit, where I can paste in
text and remove the formatting. I couldn't find a preference pane
that dealt with this. Any ideas?
Although there's no direct option to paste plain text, you can apply
Format - Remove Formatting subsequently to get the same effect.
(FWIW, since I often need to 'paste plain text' in different apps, I've set
up a Keyboard Maestro action mapped to Cmd-Shift-V, but there are plenty of
other ways to skin the same beast :-), e.g. Plain Clip.app, probably
QuickSilver or LaunchBar, or any of the autotyper tools like TextExpander
or TypeIt4Me with a plain-text shortcut for the clipboard contents.)
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