Can I insert from clipboard to a Bookmark?
oDoc.Bookmarks.get_Item(ref oBookMark).Range.Text = Clipboard.GetText();
on 03/06/2010 – Made popular on 03/06/2010
Adding URxvt.keysym.M-c: perl:clipboard:copy
URxvt.keysym.M-C-v: perl:clipboard:paste_escaped allows me to successfully copy text from urxvt to the X-Clipboard (and then paste into Chromium using ctrl-v or shift-insert). However, I'm looking for a way that doesn't require the extra step of issuing the M-v command.
First you'd have to tell us what clipboard you are using. I suspect none - and what you are getting is the expected behavior of the Primary Selection in X11, which as you've noticed is different than windows.If you want a "windows-like" clipboard, install a clipboard manager.EDIT: if you are using one of the big DE's they tend to have clipboard managers included - bu
Working with clipboard can be like a hell. Sometimes Ctrl+C just don't work and if you copy some text on, say, web browser you can't normally paste in somewhere else. Especially between Terminal and other programs. Sometmies you have to paste with Ctrl+Shift+Insert sometimes Ctrl+V.
I try to use clipboard in vnc clients found in fedora repository but none support it ( or its not enabled by default ).
When I run UltraVnc under WINE, clipboard work fine.
Is there any vncclient for linux that support clipboard?
For years, a staple tool I have relied on is a clipboard manager to keep tabs on reusable text snippets. The Linux desktop has several noteworthy clipboard managers. Some are much handier than others for working with parcels of text that I can easily swap from a clipping queue to a document or Web page form.