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tell me if this sorta program exists

im looking for something to bypass the "no copy" option implemented on a website so i can copy text from it. the main website copies fine, but they have random windows pop up (timed trivia) for certain things and you can't copy text.

is there anything i can install to make that feature available again
Old 03-19-2012, 09:40 AM blackbeaSSt is offline  
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firefox + noscript?
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If you install Firefox with the developer tools, it has an option under the tools menu for disabling and enabling javascript. You might be able to turn Javascript on and off as needed.
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If you install Firefox with the developer tools, it has an option under the tools menu for disabling and enabling javascript. You might be able to turn Javascript on and off as needed.

and css..

as you put a layer over the entire screen and make it clickable, then you find it tricky to select anything from it
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and css..

as you put a layer over the entire screen and make it clickable, then you find it tricky to select anything from it

Turning off CSS completely would probably also break something else.

It obviously does depend on how the shenanigans is implemented, though. I think the firefox developer tools include a DOM manipulator, which may be of some use here.
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Webkit has a really nice inspector as well - it's essentially the same in both Chrome and Safari.
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thanks guys. no major going on here. just wondering
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