Okay....... a working version at last.
There are still display issues, but the major problems were cleared up after the tip by rnd me
, that led me to discover the need for inline styles.
Immediate display problems relate to:
Establishing the workspace height for any screen/browser
I finally went with pixels, just to get the system working, but by zooming out, the workspace is wasted.Line spacing - Pasted web site text is more difficult to read
There are I'm sure, ways around this....... It does look a little noobish, by failing to provide scalable height.
When typing text, one would automatically hit enter twice to insert 2 linebreaks (as per this post for paragraphs).Browser Wars
Therefore typed text is perfect(?)
When pasting a web page contents, typically only one linebreak is used, because in HTML, the additional spacing is automatically provided.
I don't see any way around this other than by human intervention.
Save to a text file, and literally add line breaks for clarity, and then use for translation.
I've yet to test the prog on anything other than Chrome & Firefox.
Both will be very up to date cos I run Ubuntu 12.04.
There are sure to be issues with IE and older kit, but we'll see.
You may well discover a few gaping holes in it (but that's good).
Anyway, here it is:
(read thru the short instructions first, to learn the best way forward)
Also a minor problem with the Google inserted header.
It is cut off at bottom.
zoom out zoom in and the problem disappears.