> On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 3:10 AM, <hans...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm sure a completely separate issue, but if there's any chance of killing
>> two birds with one stone, I very often wish to copy and paste a whole table
>> or page's worth of text with embedded links from the Web or a rich text
>> source, and just have those links automagically brought over into Zim's
>> [[target|text]] format.
>> I've found tools to allow this one at a time from within the browser, but
>> a general purpose solution make use of OS-level copy-and-paste standards,
>> perhaps parsing the clipboard? would be ideal.
Actually you are right, unpacking the stand alone HTML is easy (I have
some code alread), the harder part is to hack an HTML import function
If we have such a function, importing HTML from the clipboard instead
of a file will be trivial to make.
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