Is there a way to intercept the paste event in JavaScript and get the raw value, change it, and set the associated DOM element's value to be the modified value?  For instance, I have a user trying to copy and paste a string with spaces in it an...
I have this right now:  <input type="text" placeholder="Paste text" onPaste="alert(this.value);">  This does infact work, except, it returns a blank alert window. I don't get any value. Help?...
It seems there is currently no pure JavaScript method for accessing the system clipboard using most modern browsers, Internet Explorer being an exception. On numerous other Stack Overflow questions (e.g., Clipboard access using Javascript - sans Flas...
I'm building a custom right-click menu for my system and I need to know how can I make a JavaScript function to copy the selected text, basically 100% like the original right-click menu does.  I'm aware of the Flash work-arounds. I want to do...
I am developing a single-page app, I have a button on the page, when a user clicks the button I would like to make an ajax call to my server, and then copy the returned value (via callback) to the user's clipboard.   Each component works in isola...
I know this kind of question has been asked here for many times, including:  How do I copy to the clipboard in JavaScript? or How to copy text to the client's clipboard using jQuery?, I'm narrowing the scope:  Condition:   works fine in Googl...
I followed this question JavaScript get clipboard data on paste event (Cross browser)  to get the pasted data from the clipboard, but I used jquery instead. Now that I got the data, I removed all html tag. But I don't know how to paste it.  eleme...
I have a function in my script that gives me an error. The function purpose is to copy text from static panel(not textbox or input) with onClick event.  Uncaught TypeError: copyText.select is not a function  The thing i want is to make the user able...
When I copy a section of test from this website  my clipboard gets extra text appended to the end of it saying "Read more: " then the url of the page I was reading (plus a unique looking string on the end)  How have they done this?...

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