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
I'd like to copy HTML (and a plain text equivalent) to the clipboard in a Linux GUI environment. Cross-platform is ideal, although Linux is my immediate target. I'd also like to use something that works in Python 3.x as well as 2.x.
According to PyGObject docs, a Gtk.Clipboard object set_with_data() method should be suitable.
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.
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.
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
Hi. I'm looking for a simple clipboard manager that when i long press, gives me a "paste" option that pastes the most recent clipboard item, or "clipboard" that pops up the clipboard history so I can choose text from the list to paste. This function is available in some Samsung apps like sms. I'd like to be able to do this in all apps.