This plugin allows the user to automatically append a link to the current page, when users copy & paste a title or any line.
Need fix: Text line-breaks seem to be left out after copying, meaning that if multiple paragraphs are copied, then when pasted they combine into one.
- If you could put the text "Read more at..." in the MIDDLE of the copied text. Because sometimes user wants to "trick" copiers into broadcasting a link to their website - without having they be aware of it.
- Also when the text is copied, text selection highlight disappears. This does not happen normally, thus can hint the copiers of something being processed upon copying - they might know we're doing something in background everytime they copy, and we might want them not to.
Действительно работает. Хоть какая то защита от копирования.
Doesn't currently work if pasting from IE or Opera, but this is probably not too important:
Most intelligent blog owners will not be using IE anyway, and most have not yet realized how good Opera is.
I don't currently use pagination, so cannot say if this plugin messes with that or not.
Installed, enabled, instantly worked. Great plugin. Thank you.
I am having no problems on using this. I heard about this plugin over on the WordPress Plugins A to Z podcast and was something i was looking for. A little surprised of the rating but with only three that is kind of understandable. but no problems works great in Chrome and Firefox
...it does nothing in IE9. Pasting into Facebook from FF it did NOT add any links, although it added the post title and blog title just fine. (Pasting into Word it does link the titles.) Uninstall.
This plugin totaly messed up my permalink-structure. With the plugin activated it is not possible to use the pagination on a static-blog-page. When clicking on page 2 just page 1 will be loaded. With "standard"-permalink (/?p=123) it works. But with no other permalink-structure. Please fix that. Otherwise this plugin is senseless and you just have to deinstall it.
It's working fine for me and better compared to some competitors.
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