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AutoCopy extension for Chrome

This is an extension for Google's Chrome web browser.
When installed and enabled, it will copy to the computer's clipboard every text that is selected. This behavior is like Unix terminals, where selecting text also copies it.

The extensions has these options:
1. Enable/disable copying (on by default)
2. Enable copying text inside textboxes (off by default)
3. Remove selection after copy (off by default)
4. Remove formatting from the selection - copy as simple text (on by default)
   Copy with formatting stopped working in Chrome 6, so this option is now
   always set (since 1.3.2).
AutoCopy antivirus scan report at softoxi.com

Download and Install

Click here to install

You can also install from:
Extension's page at chromeextensions.org.
Google's chrome extensions gallery.

Version History

Version 1.3.2 - June 16, 2010
Copy with formatting stopped working in Chrome 6, so this option is now always set.

Version 1.3.1 - December 13, 2009
Removed some debugging code that was left over by mistake.

Version 1.3.0 - December 13, 2009
Add option to remove the text formatting from the selection.

Version 1.2.1 - December 12, 2009
Removed permission to file:// URLs. Done this to simplify updates in Google's extension gallery.

Version 1.2.0 - December 11, 2009
Add an option to remove the selection after text is copied to the clipboard.

Version 1.1.0 - December 10, 2009
Add an option to decide if you want to copy text from textboxes.
Some performance enhancements.

Version 1.0.0 - December 9, 2009
First release outside my small beta tester comunity.

Possible Problems

Chrome extensions that manipulate the contents of a page, work only in http:// pages, at least at the early stage of Chrome 4 beta. This is probably due to security considerations. So this extension will not work in the extension settings page (chrome://) or in its own options page. It will not work either in https:// pages. Hopefully Google will sort that out later.

Freeware

This software is free. Like every extension, it is distributed with the source code and you are encouraged to do anything you want with it. If you do anything interesting, I'd be happy to hear about it.

Have fun