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|User since||June 25, 2008|
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I've been using Web Developer for years, numerous times a day, every day.
However, I've noticed that since upgrading to Firefox 6, there's a problem: the normal Windows shortcuts for copy and paste, ctrl-c and ctrl-v, are doing what Web Developer is set to do for shift-ctrl-c and shift-ctrl-v. That is, if I try to copy text from a web page, I get the page's cascading style sheet. If I try to paste, I get the HTML validation tool. If I disable the extension, everything goes back to normal.
Very useful extension, but I can't use it on pages that contain pay-per-click ads, as I'm afraid checking those links (which I don't need to do anyway) would be viewed as click fraud.
Is there a way to add a setting to ignore such links?