Support » Plugin: Digg Digg » How to disable copy-paste clipboard intervention

  • Resolved conualfy

    (@conualfy)


    Hello!

    I would like to disable adding the ” – See more at…” text on copying text from my blog.

    There are 3 reasons for this:
    1. it also works for logged in users, so if I try to use chunks of text from my site in other places I always get that text.
    2. it might be anoying for my readers
    3. I cannot copy a text that includes HTML code. I suspect Digg has some problems with < or > characters and I do not get the HTML code, but I get only the ” – See more at…”. So because of this, people cannot get my code to use my logo+link on their website.

    Is there an easy way to do this? Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/digg-digg/

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  • The page you can see my code to be copied is here: http://goo.gl/qePHxW

    I found a workaround, I put the code on a new line of text and I can copy it now. But it replaces my code’s double quotes with some others that will not work.

    Replaced both <, > and " with their codes (<, >, &quot;) and it works. Now all I would like is to stop adding ” – See more at…”. Does anyone know how to do that? Thanks! 🙂

    Disabling the email sharing removes the See more at text. It seems to be added by ShareThis service.

    pressupinc

    (@pressupinc)

    Thanks, conualfy! I’m trying to resolve the same problem with the Digg Digg plugin and now I know where to look. (It’s nowhere in the plugin code…)

    hypescience

    (@hypescience)

    This goes on only if you turn on the “send via email” option on Diggdigg.

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