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Internet Explorer 6 includes image tags from the original document, but leaves relative URLs as is, which generally makes them unuseable. The text format works as expected. If the user selects Copy from the context menu of an image, Internet Explorer adds it to the clipboard as the second array listed here. The file list object is empty in this case, but the other formats behave as expected.
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Not useable. The bitmap data provided appears as a black box the same size as the minimum size needed to show the selection. The bitmap of the selection. Data from shape layers does not copy. Explorer only adds the File List array to the clipboard, but this is, of course, plenty of information. The File class contains all the properties made available by the extra formats provided by Finder, but more reliably. For most uses, the File List array should be used whenever it is available.
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The tests in Table 9.3 were performed across several systems, but still barely scratch the surface of the variety of operating systems, application versions, and use cases that you can expect. It should be clear from this that there are a number of possible pitfalls to avoid when working with the clipboard. However, if you know the type of data you re looking for and you re careful to check for valid data before you assume a particular format is the best, the results will generally be good. The HTML format provided by some Microsoft applications bears further mention. The file begins with some information about the HTML, as shown here:
Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000105 EndHTML:0000001374 StartFragment:0000001251 EndFragment:0000001321
You can use these keywords to find various segments of the data, such as the specific fragment that contains the selected text and related markup tags. Other keywords are sometimes included to specify the URL of the original document, which you can use to locate assets linked to relative URLs. You can find a complete description of the HTML clipboard format used by Microsoft applications at the MSDN Developer Center:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa767917.aspx.
Part III
AIR API
Copy and Paste Sample Application
In order to dig a bit deeper into the AIR implementation of the clipboard, this section provides a tutorial that walks you through building a sample application. The goal of this application is to give the user a place to paste all sorts of data, preview that data, and add it back into the clipboard for use in other applications. Such an application might be useful for someone performing a repetitive task that requires several blocks of text to be pasted repeatedly, or possibly even as just a handy place to store links that the users might want to send to their friends later in the day.
Getting started
First, note that this application requires some good data visualization tools; Flex is probably the ideal choice (although HTML is an excellent choice as well). Because this application is going to be built around two events (copy and paste, to be specific) and the data those events either generate or use, it needs a framework that can work nicely with those demands and that can be expanded as those initial demands change. One such framework is Cairngorm, so this project will be a Flex application built on the Cairngorm framework. Next, this application is being built in the absence of qualified designers, so it will lay out very simply. There are two basic sections: a list of selectable items that have been pasted, and a preview pane to show the current selection (see Figure 9.1).
FIGURE 9.1 A simple wireframe for a copy and paste sample application Previously pasted items Preview section
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With all this in mind, you only need to do a few things to get started:
1. Make sure you have Flex Builder 3. In this example, Standard Edition provides all the functionality you need. 2. Download the latest version of Cairngorm from Adobe Labs (labs.adobe.com/wiki/ index.php/Cairngorm). You can choose to download the full source for Cairngorm so that you can refer to the classes it provides, or you can simply include the precompiled binary version. 3. If you choose to use the precompiled binary, Cairngorm.swc, add it to the libs/ folder that is automatically created after you create a new project. 4. Choose Project Properties Flex Build Path. Click the Library path tab in the Flex Build Path window. This is where you would add the SWC library, except that you already have. Notice that the libs/ folder is already included as an SWC folder in this section, so any SWC placed in that directory will automatically be included.
Next, you can use Flash Professional CS3 with the Flex Skinning Template to create a few custom skinned elements for this application.