- by circcc, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Every mode have problem.
Plain (execCommandCopy) mode is best of them, but newline is not dos/window standard "0D 0A" but linux/unix "0A".
Developer responseposted a year agoFAKE review written by a person who is not competent in this matter.
Firefox on Windows itself replaces /r/n and /r with /n.
Try this in the console (F12):
div = document.createElement("div");
div.innerHTML = "11\n 22\r\n 33\r 44";
You will get the following result: "11\\n 22\\n 33\\n 44"
And in general, this does not make any difference to the further use of the copied text.
- by Firefox user 14204684, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Works, but not for all sites, and break copy/paste function on some sites completely.
Developer is not interested in fixing the bug or creating a blacklist to disable the extension, keep searching, there are other extension that does the same as this, without the problems.