under the subject Knowledge Nugget).
Some websites disable right click function when you browse a page.
Their idea is to prevent you from select & copy info from that site.
Somehow I feel this is highly undemocratic and goes against the
principle of sharing. I can somewhat understand if the item thus
protected is one's own property like photos, drawing, image etc. Even
publicly retrievable info is "right click prevented" in many sites.
http://www.oldagesolutions.org is one such site. This site is very
valuable for its rich collection of article. I have great regard for
this content provider. But all pages are copy - protected. How do make
a copy for your self? Or send it to someone you love?
Chrome you may proceed like this:
Tools -> Clear browsing data -> Under the hood -> privacy -. Content
settings -> Javacript -> Manage Exceptions -> Enter the URL of the
disabled for the particular site; THEN save whenver you are asked to.
After this if you open www.oldagesolutions.org you will find a small
icon with X over it on the right hand top corner in the URL bar. This
copy whatever you want.
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