Select multiple lines of text in Firefox 3

17 June 2008 By Ankit Duseja

You might have done multiple selecting of files in windows and then copy-paste them. Now Mozilla brings this cool feature to Firefox 3. The difference here is you select multiple text lines rather than the files.

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The method is just the same you did you copying files in Windows. Press the CTRL key on keyboard, select different lines with mouse and then press CTRL + C to copy the selected lines. For pasting it anywhere, just press CTRL + V. Simple Isn’t it?

Thanks Keith. [via DI]

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Joel Thomas says:

Great tip. Never knew that before

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