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Scrolling headers (deprecated)

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I won't be maintaining this add-on anymore. It's use is deprecated in favor of Scroll here.

SELECTING HEADERS
As TiRANiD says on his review, it can be tricky to select part of a header - for CTRL+C CTRL+V copying, for example. I'll explain how to do it, but for comparison first this is how you'd normally do this:

1. Press left mouse button;
2. Move mouse pointer to delineate the selected area;
3. Release left mouse button.

Now the procedure you should use when you have Scrolling Headers installed:

1. Press left mouse button;
2. Move mouse pointer to delineate the selected area;
3. Click (press and release) right mouse button;
4. Release left mouse button.

This will leave the desired area selected, along with the right-click menu (the "context menu"). From this menu you can select the item "copy" and you're done!

If anyone has a better idea on how to avoid this issue (programming-wise or not), I'd be happy to hear about it.

Download files:

scrolling-headers-1.0.rev14.1-signed.1-signed.xpi
scrolling-headers-1.0.rev14.1.1-signed.1-signed.xpi




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