rak**** sangani wrote:
> when we add CUT feature in tool bar section as visible and when we select
> anything in the website and click on the CUT it vanishes that particular
> component from the website i would suggest that you please look into that as
> i think its not proper i can show you the video the exact behaviour .
> You can send me the mail regarding this to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you even know what is a web *browser*? You don't get to cut anything
from the web pages offered by a web server at a site.
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Microsoft's attempt to usurp Usenet by slapping on a webnews-for-dummies
interface. Two, you obviously do not want to be taken seriously in your
supposed request because you do so poorly at describing what you want as a