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73pixieGirl (Programmer)
31 Aug 07 10:08
Hello!
We have a web-based form that customers fill out to report any errors they encounter.  The question was asked if it's possible to copy and paste the page/error message into the form (it's a textarea field, and I assume they would hit the print screen button to capture the message).  Any ideas?
TIA
Vragabond (Programmer)
31 Aug 07 10:11
Nope.  No images in the textarea.  Just text.  But you could look for those content rich textareas.  Those would allow a copy&paste of a picture.

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73pixieGirl (Programmer)
31 Aug 07 10:16
Thanks for the quick reply.  What do you mean by content rich textarea?
73pixieGirl (Programmer)
31 Aug 07 10:26
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction...I'll check out the editors mentioned in the post.

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