Imagine a text box with the following text,
We hold these truths to be self-evident…
I would like to copy the second word which, of course, is “hold.”
Or imagine that same text box, with the following text,
When in the course of human events…
In that case, I would like to copy the second word which, you can see, is “in.”
I am sorry for asking such a simple question but hours of searching and trying different approaches has been fruitless.
I’m using Katalon Recorder in Firefox 78.0.1 on Linux.
I doubt it matters, but I can successfully move the cursor to the very beginning of the text box which contains the text in which I would like to copy the second word. However, I don’t know how to copy the second word.
I’m neither a developer nor a QA guy. I am merely a “power user”, that is, I am not very technical at all. Therefore, because “when you are hammer, every problem looks like a nail” I was thinking of a kludge, which I realize might seem ridiculous to you guys, such as…
- Ctrl+Right_Arrow (to move to the end of the first word)
- Right_Arrow (to move past the space between the first word and the second word)
- Shift+Ctrl+Right_Arrow (to select the second word)
- Ctrl+C (to copy the second word)