When even i try to copy paste this text in vim it put half of it in the command line and half in text editor main window
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How can i copy paste that
on 01/15/2013 – Made popular on 01/15/2013
The EVO with Ice cream sandwich makes copy and paste very frustrating. I'm trying to copy email notes into a notepad app.
When I copy and paste the text the first time it works fine. When I try to paste it into notepad on the next line the cursor goes back to the last word of the previous line. I want to paste my text on the next line. Why is this doing this? ugh.
i want to copy text from pdf file in my android, i can easily copy and paste english text from pdf files using abode reader, but i can not copy urdu text, i can copy but when i paste it shows different symbols instead of actual urdu text. i also tried different tools and pdf viewers but all in vain. if you guys can help regarding this, i can be very thankful to you.
I've used the command prompt, cygwin, mobaxterm in Windows. Although they do support copy-paste, the operation is usually not that straightforward. The selection of the text in the command prompt is weird, and copy-paste the text requires multiple clicks or key combination.
Yet, in mac os, for example, you can easily copy-paste in the terminal using the usual practice ctrl+C / ctrl+V.
PLEASE help me.......
Firstly,Im so annoying as my S3 can copy text but cannot paste...Once I copy the text den i press long only appear clipboard.
Last time can paste very well but now only appear clipboard..
What can I do?
Secondly,my version now is 4.1.1
Is it this ok? What is the version now?How to do?Any disadvantages?
In vim, "+p pastes from the system clipboard. However, when working remotely over SSH on a non-GUI box, this is not available.
Is it possible to implement copy/paste in this environment?
Merely copying text from the terminal is not sufficient, because it will also copy stuff that's beyond the scope of the file (for example, if using tmux, it copy the full screen because it's all plain text).