Clear the paste target once it's been used, lest the user be confused by too many copies in browser search
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  1. Paste a unique string into the page.
  2. Search for it using the browser find tool.
  3. Observe that it's found twice – once where you pasted it, and once in some mysterious location the browser can't find.
  4. Copy and paste something else from the document.
  5. Search for the original string; observe that it's only on the page once, as we've replaced the contents of the paste target.

Not sure what we should do here, but it's confusing.

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Jdforrester-WMF lowered the priority of this task from Normal to Low.May 1 2017, 6:12 PM