Microsoft and Google are developing a new combination of the Chromium API that will enhance the relevance of the copy and paste feature to their respective. Web browsers, Reports suggest.
Currently, Chrome and Edge only allow users to copy a small selection of shared file formats between web and desktop applications, including jpg, png, HTML and more.
However, Pickle Clipboard APIs may soon increase compatibility with numerous niche and proprietary file types, such as .docx (which is used). Microsoft Word(And an image format famous for TIFF) Graphic design).
If adopted by developers, the new APIs can create a scenario where users can freely copy files between progressive web apps (PWAs) and software installed on Windows, Max and mobile platforms. Can do
For example, Windows users could copy documents to Clipboard and paste them directly into File Explorer. Google Docs Web app without sync issues.
Reviewed according to design documents Windows listPickle clipboard APIs will also allow developers to create custom clipboard formats and provide “sophisticated controls” under the copy and paste function.
Copy and paste upgrade
The copy and paste feature may not seem trivial in terms of facial value, but it actually plays a central role in many aspects of the computing and web browsing experience. And by no means is this the first attempt at smoothing out Microsoft’s feature in recent months, on both Windows 10 and Edge.
In August, Microsoft unveiled a new Windows 10 clipboard Dedicated panel for multimedia contentSuch as emojis and GIFs. This upgrade extends the clipboard history function to include images and HTML content as well as text.
At the end of the year, Microsoft announced improvements to the company Cloud clipboard Utility, which allows users to copy and paste on multiple devices. Instead of customizing clipboard content exclusively on Windows 10 devices, Microsoft-owned Swift Keyboard Android users can now take advantage of this tool.
Microsoft Edge, meanwhile, recently received one Link format option Allows users to paste the website as plain text while overriding any unwanted formatting.
A new feature Shared Links It is currently under investigation. Once live, this feature will give users access to a searchable history page, making it easy to retrieve copied and shared content.
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