I use the w3m-browser on a regular basis and am really satisfied with it.
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/w3m/ and http://w3m.sourceforge.net/ )
It has quite a lot of advantages: distraction-free reading, no unnecessary loading of pics, gifs and ads (thus also much safer), bandwidth saving…
There´s just on thing I cannot work out.
Using a TTS (Text-to-speech) script I wrote for having the text read out to me (whenever I´m too lazy for reading…) I need to copy the output of the (whole) page to my clipboard.
By typing “m” the mouse-pointer turns into “selection” and I can copy the marked text.
Generally the output of a page is larger than a single “page” of the terminal. So I´m forced to scroll down.
By scrolling however the mark gets lost.
So basically it´s impossible to mark the first word of the page, then scroll down a few times and then mark the last word with SHIFT + left-click of the mouse. This would work in leafpad, gedit, browsers however.
So I have to copy the content of a single page, copy it to my TTS-script, then scroll down one page, repeat the procedure and so on.
Does anybody know a solution to this problem?
Thanks a lot in advance.