QuoteOriginally posted by: bearishQuoteOriginally posted by: HansiQuoteOriginally posted by: bearishOne very unexpected feature that I keep on rediscovering in LN is that when you try to copy even the smallest bit of text from a web site into an email, LN insists on bringing any and all information pertaining to that web site (embedded java scripts, advertising matters, etc.) along. This sometimes hangs the application long enough that the only practical solution is to engage the task manager. The only workaround I have found is to copy the text (or whatever) into a text editor and then copying from there into LN.Edit -> Paste Special... -> Text works directly for this without having to go to the text editor.Thanks, Hansi. You are right, and somebody else had indeed pointed this solution out to me before. The first order problem remains, though, which is that you (or, more precisely, I) should be able to just copy and paste text and not worry about the deep underlying context in which it lives.This is the underlying problem with LN. It constantly delegates responsabilty of context to the user, rather than trying to help the user by understanding the context. An example of this is that when you try and attach a document to anything but the message body, a messagebox comes up to say you can't do this. There are a number of better behaviors that are possible to have designed (and seems to have been solved in a number of other e-mail clients) - just the designers of LN did not bother.