Ciao w

There must be a way to do it!

Its right now likely very obscure because I don't think most users are 
aware of this issue. I wasn't until I started generating CSS numbers. CSS 
numbers are incredibly easy and useful for ordering in TW. Being able to 
copy them in context would enable some new strategies in TW Tiddler 
creation that are cumbersome other ways.

I hope I will bump into someone who really understands the issue with skill 
to solve it. All I need is surface saving of what is already staring at me 

Best wishes

On Monday, 19 February 2018 19:44:31 UTC+1, whatever wrote:
> A JS solution seems to be the only answer, apparently. Here's another link:
> w
> On Monday, February 19, 2018 at 7:26:08 PM UTC+1, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>> BurningTreeC wrote:
>>> Thanks! I understand now: because they are css generated they don't 
>>> exist in the DOM
>> I suspected it might be a DOM-inique issue. Though obviously in this case 
>> DOM-inique is hands off.
>> The WEIRDNESS of the end-result remains for me. That a normal end-user 
>> seeing something on-screen they can't simply copy and paste it. *That is 
>> ridiculous*!
>> My original question was about whether there are ways to copy (surface 
>> render) that could include the CSS generated content. 
>> Given that the characters exist on-screen--in my face. It seems bizarre 
>> you can't simply copy and paste them. 
>> *Surely there must be a way to do that?*
>> J.

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