I know there is a huge topic about web browsers kicking around at the moment, but I thought as I had a specific question it would be better in its own topic than interupting the flow of that discussion.
I've just today started watching Buffy season 5. As I've been watching the series, I've also been downloading the scripts as text files to read later.
In Ie I'd just do this by opening the page with the transcript, going to file and "save as" then changing the type to text files txt.
In Chrome I could save the page, but not as a text file for some reason.
Since these are transcripts they literally have no links, so saving them as html doesn't make too much sense, and I believe if I save the pages as html and then convert to txt, I'll wind up with loads of excess code all over my transcript.
For the time being I've been just going back to Ie to save the transcripts, but it seems really odd there isn't a way of doing this in chrome/
Oh, and yes I know I could just C&p the entire page, but this seems fairly extreme overkill, and also risks mistakes.
So does anyone have any thoughts on this?
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)