As a naive user I find it bizarre that something I can clearly see on 
screen as simple text I can't copy as simple text. What happened to it! :-) 

On Monday, 19 February 2018 18:18:24 UTC+1, coda coder wrote:
> On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 10:50:08 AM UTC-6, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>> FOOTNOTE ... if you opened the Tiddler in edit mode you may get a bit 
>> confused  in wondering HOW does the rendered version relate to the source 
>> tiddler? :-). Its because I am using BJ's Flexity plugin. The 
>> transformations are triggered by the Content Type and performed by  
>> But all 
>> that is beside the point in that at the surface end the problem is the same.
> Yes, I figured that out eventually.
> Sorry, I don't have a solution. I was hoping that the dev tools might 
> allow some way to capture the *rendered* output, but I wasn't able tto 
> find it or even figure out how.
> Were I so inclined, I would file a bug with moz/chrome - "Right-click 
> SELECT ALL does not work with all rendered output" or similar.  But I'm 
> not.  :/
> The issue is pretty much as you'd expected -- CSS before/after 
> selectors/rules seem to live in a universe all their own.
> Hmm... I know of a few people that might consider "uncopy-able text" a 
> feature. ;)

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