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Using The "Go To" As A Buffer
and
How To Create A Clipboard

I had an "old" Classic LBB until April 1999 the "Find", Cmd + F, function was able to hold at least 22, many more, URL's. Since I have had this "new" Plus LBB the "Find" function will only hold two URL's, at best, if they're not too long. Well here is a tried and proven method to store (buffer or as some say harvest after I created this tutorial in April 1999) as many URL's as you want to buffer. I have only tried this with fifteen (15) URL's but how many more remains to be seen although I did CC&P this entire page in the "Go To" buffer.

An assumed knowledge of CC&P and the use of the "Go To" is essential and absolutely necessary here. If you do not know how to CC&P, cut, copy and paste, and would like to learn then click    here. When you have the first URL that you want to transport do the "Go To" & "Show Last" or "Show Current" & Cmd + A + X (or C) process then go to your next site and do the "Go To" & "Show Last" thing then do the Cmd + V + A + X (or C) routine. Then go to the next site, "Go To", "Show Last", Cmd + V + A + X (or C) and keep repeating this process until you've all of the URL's you want.

As a time saver and memory reminder since I use this process to take many URL's to one of my web sites after the URL appears in the "Go To" window I do Cmd + arrow left and type <option value="then Cmd + arrow right and continuing typing">The description would go here</option> or <a href="then Cmd + arrow right and continuing typing">The description would go here</a> then Cmd + A + X (or C) and repeat this process until I have all of the URL's ready to go. Naturally you could type anything you wanted to. I also put a space or two after each URL for separation or use the clip board method using the "Go To" and delete the http:// and type ... well see the below tutorial for a further explanation.

Now a great way to use and create a "clipboard" from an article in Net4TV is right here.

The link will take you a page I wrote called The Mailto: Method which is a great way to gather, buffer, harvest, glean or whatever information using CC&P.

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