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Old 03-12-2008, 06:59 AM
4phun
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Default IntoMobile: Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:

Copy and paste on the iPhone!
Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:
http://www.intomobile.com/2008/03/11...he-iphone.html

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Old 03-12-2008, 02:52 PM
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Default Re: IntoMobile: Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:

4phun <vic.healey@gmail.com> wrote in news:f07ab4e7-c615-4810-851a-
ea698ba5680b@c33g2000hsd.googlegroups.com:

> http://www.intomobile.com/2008/03/11...he-iphone.html


"Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:
Drag this link to your Safari browser's bookmark bar. (this will save the
bookmarklet to your Safari browser's bookmark file)
Connect your iPhone and let iTunes sync your Safari bookmarks. Make sure to
check the "Sync Safari Bookmarks" box. (this will save the iCopy
bookmarklet to your iPhone)
Find some web text or URL address that you want to copy.
Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste"
Select "Copy"
Select the "Copy" action you'd like to perform (Copy Text, Copy URL, Email
URL, etc.)
Go to the web-form into which you'd like to insert the text or URL that you
just copied.
Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste"
You'll be taken to another page for a quick moment, and then you'll be
returned to your original page.
Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste" again. You'll see a dialog box
indicating that you're ready to paste.
Tap the text box into which you'd like to insert the copied text/URL."

Can't we just click and drag it over to where we want it? iPhoneys are
supposed to be EASY to operate, not have a half page instruction just to
copy something from here to here.

Bookmarklet. I'll file that as a new English term. Bookmarklet.

Did anyone else's browser popup a warning about the security "bookmarklet"
this website tried to install on mine? Opera didn't like it, at all.


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Old 03-12-2008, 11:44 PM
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Default Re: IntoMobile: Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:

On Mar 12, 9:52*am, Larry <no...@home.com> wrote:
> 4phun <vic.hea...@gmail.com> wrote in news:f07ab4e7-c615-4810-851a-
> ea698ba56...@c33g2000hsd.googlegroups.com:
>
> >http://www.intomobile.com/2008/03/11...he-iphone.html

>
> "Here's how to get iCopy to work on your iPhone:
> Drag this link to your Safari browser's bookmark bar. (this will save the
> bookmarklet to your Safari browser's bookmark file)
> Connect your iPhone and let iTunes sync your Safari bookmarks. Make sure to
> check the "Sync Safari Bookmarks" box. (this will save the iCopy
> bookmarklet to your iPhone)
> Find some web text or URL address that you want to copy.
> Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste"
> Select "Copy"
> Select the "Copy" action you'd like to perform (Copy Text, Copy URL, Email
> URL, etc.)
> Go to the web-form into which you'd like to insert the text or URL that you
> just copied.
> Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste"
> You'll be taken to another page for a quick moment, and then you'll be
> returned to your original page.
> Bring up your bookmarks and tap "Copy/Paste" again. You'll see a dialog box
> indicating that you're ready to paste.
> Tap the text box into which you'd like to insert the copied text/URL."
>
> Can't we just click and drag it over to where we want it? *iPhoneys are
> supposed to be EASY to operate, not have a half page instruction just to
> copy something from here to here.
>
> Bookmarklet. *I'll file that as a new English term. *Bookmarklet.
>
> Did anyone else's browser popup a warning about the security "bookmarklet"
> this website tried to install on mine? *Opera didn't like it, at all.


Opera and MS IE do not currently have the software technology to deal
with these.
Look it up in Wikopedia.
It is part of a new standard for storing web data in a bookmark.
All versions of Safari now support this.

BTW look at the video is makes more sense when you see it.




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