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ArikB says

Hi guys,

I have a request for a script that I would pay good money for. If you go to a page of informationarchitects.jp , like this one:

http://informationarchitects.jp/dynamic-pricing-for-digital-goods/

And you copy a piece of the text, it will auto insert a link into the copy and link to that particular piece, like so:

“1. What Digital Goods Can Be Sold?

The fact that you spend time creating and prepping your product for public release is not enough reason to ask for money. After all there is a lot of free stuff out there that needed packaging and development. No one really cares how much time you spent creating your product. You can only sell digital goods that:

http://informationarchitects.jp/dynamic-pricing-for-digital-goods/#ixzz0f5dMAkML << that part is added automatically!! “

I’d love to get my hands on this script.

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

They use http://www.tynt.com/

Would make a good script to sell here on CodeCanyon.

 * adds it to my whiteboard *

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iLochie says

amidoinitrite? I can’t get it to work in Google Chrome, i’ll try Firefox.. No dice. I have a script that uses the same concept as this in my portfolio – let me know if that’s sort of what this script does, as I can not see the functionality in Windows on FF nor Chrome.

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says
I have a script that uses the same concept as this in my portfolio

nah, select some text and press Ctrl+C to copy the text.

paste it somewhere else, and you will see it adds a link at the bottom of the copied text.

it also records that someone copied that text behind the scenes, and if a lot of people copy the same text / image etc.. you can tell what parts of the website are popular.

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iLochie says
I have a script that uses the same concept as this in my portfolio

nah, select some text and press Ctrl+C to copy the text.

paste it somewhere else, and you will see it adds a link at the bottom of the copied text.

it also records that someone copied that text behind the scenes, and if a lot of people copy the same text / image etc.. you can tell what parts of the website are popular.
Oh I see, that’s pretty neat.
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iLochie says

Ok, so after some research (I’ve started to work on this dtbaker, but I’m not sure if it’ll be finished before you get to it! :P ) I found that changing copied text is A LOT harder than it used to be. Internet Explorer does a pretty good job of making their method security-free, but as far as other major browsers go, it’s a tough battle. It appears as though most common methods or minor “hacks” that allow the change of selected text are not cross browser. I read that you can buy a certificate from Firefox or something that will allow you to have such privileges (I’m thinking that is what the site that dtbaker posted has.) I’ll continue searching though. ;)

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