How to select text lines of your choice in Mozilla Firefox, with the new feature added in Mozilla Firefox one can select Multiple Text without the non required part of text. Suppose you are surfing some website and you a find wonderful article, and you want to copy few of lines or text from that article instead of copying the whole paragraph. What usually people do is, they copy the whole paragraph in some text editor, and they delete the non required portion of the text manually. What if you will be able to select and copy the exact text of choice in multiple lines. How to do this ?
How to select Multiple Lines of Text in Firefox
Now selecting Text in Firefox is almost similar to known text editors like Microsoft Word.
The trick is to use Ctrl button in your keyboard while selecting.
First Select the portion of text you want, then press & hold Ctrl key to select other piece of non-consecutive text. (See screenshot at right for example) You can select unlimited number of lines (text) of your choice this way.
Results while you Paste :
What happens if you copy multiple text using above method, and you paste it in some text editor like Notepad. You will see something like this (see screenshot).
Mozilla Firefox is a popular web browser. Firefox had 22.48% of the recorded usage share of web browsers as of April 2009, making it the second most popular browser in terms of current use worldwide, after Internet Explorer. Lots of new features and improvements added in latest version. Download it from here.
Above mentioned little feature can save lot of your time can only work on Mozilla Firefox. It doesn't works on sites like Google Search, Google Reader etc. I wish if i would see such feature with IE & chrome in near future.