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Re^2: How to get raw node content (whitespace and nodelet hack)

by LanX (Bishop)
on Sep 16, 2017 at 15:06 UTC ( #1199517=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: How to get raw node content
in thread How to get raw node content

Actually your approach is better to see whitespaces and linebreaks directly inside the browser, since the XML view in FF doesn't show it.

FWIW here a nodelet hack which opens a JS.alert() with the HTML of the post you are trying to reply to.

<script><!-- function show_quote() { alert(document.querySelector("div.preview").innerHTML.match(/^[^]*?(?= +<hr> <div class="editnodetext">)/)[0]); } --></script> <a href='javascript:show_quote()'> show_quote</a>

(you need to be in a "comment on" node to make it work)

it was part of my plans to extend my wiki-syntax with comfortable quoting of a users post...

... of course milking the XML-displaytype would be more reasonable here.

Cheers Rolf
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[1nickt]: hippo You suggest this as a transport agent for Email::Sender, or ...? Just for the record Email::Sender:: Transport::SMTP has SSL/TLS support built-in (and some shiny RJBS extras like "partial success" ...)
[Perl300]: ok

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