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# 138328 30-Dec-2013 16:29
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I can use the right click menu to copy some text, but in the compose reply box when I right click, there is no Paste option.

As a work-around, Ctrl+V works to paste text.

I'm using Google Chrome browser.




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  # 959125 30-Dec-2013 16:36
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We're currently running TinyMCE 4.0.11 and I see there's a 4.0.12 release. I will drop this later tonight on the server and see if it helps.







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  # 959126 30-Dec-2013 16:42
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Ok, thank you. 


I've noticed that if you want to paste text into the quick reply box, the Paste option is always there.

Also just noticed that if you type a few characters into the compose reply box then right click on your text, the Paste option appears.

Actually the right click menu options are totally different depending if you right-click in a blank compose reply box vs. right-clicking on some text in the compose reply box.




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  # 959127 30-Dec-2013 16:44
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Interesting. In any case we're now running TinyMCE 4.0.12. I haven't noticed anything different regarding the copy/paste behaviour.






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Not sure if this is related but on TinyMCE boxes now, Command+V paste on Safari 7 on OS X 10.9 does not work. Minor for sure but annoying nonetheless!




 


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