Works great, but it disables a hot-key I use in Firefox all the time. To force a link to open in a new tab, I right-click on the link and press T. Works great, unless PureText is enabled. Then it just doesn't work.
I know this seems like a picky issue, but I use it enough that I now have to disable PureText and go back to copying through Notepad or EditPad.
Thanks for making this available for the latest FF versions. For us needing to copy frequently from a web page to Office or similar, this feature enables them to go to the current FF versions and not have to wait back in the older FF versions in order to avoid the elongated process of going through Notepad, etc. Works just fine and as described.
This doesn't seem to work with Web Developer Toolbar (WDT) very well. The shortcut (Command+Shift+C) is already taken by WDT. I can remap the shorcut in WDT but I've been using it so long that it makes more sense to change the shortcut for THIS plugin, but I don't see that option.
I could do without the shortcut..... if this plugin would work with inputs and textareas. I have this input on a site I'm trying to copy from which contains special characters. But when I right click, the option to copy as plain text does not exist. Not sure if this is a bug or just a non-existent feature.
NEW REVIEW This add-on earns 5 Stars, because it works fine with FF 7.0.1 and TB 7.0.1 and higher and it is very usable. I have deleted Extended Copy Menu (fix version) in FF (does not work with any versions of TB) for using Copy Pure Text, because this extension works with both. The developer also should get 5 Stars, because he cares for his add-ons and for the users of his extensions, and he reads the reviews and he reacts. My commend: T O P.......... thank you very much.
OLD REVIEW Copy Pure Text works fine with FF 6 (5 Stars), but not with TB 6 (this is the reason for 4 Stars)................ I hope in future Copy Pure Text will be developed for Thunderbird 6 and higher
This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).