Questions about: clipboard

Apart from what @Dan said, there's another option for copy-pasting text in Linux which I'm finding much faster and easier to use, since there's no need to swich from mouse (which you're using to make the selection) to keyboard: selecting text with mo
When you press Ctrl-C over a file in the file manager, the file's contents IS NOT copied to the clipboard. A simple test: select a file in file manager, press Ctrl-C, open a text editor, press Ctrl-V. The result is not file's contents but its full pa
I marked some text from firefox and tried to paste it into a terminal and it didn't work. I had guest additions installed, and also enabled bidirectional copy and paste and it still didn't work, but now I found the reason. Apparently when I marked th
May 3, 2010 I just upgraded to 10. 04 (and a new machine) from 8. 04 and I can't seem to find a way to have the middle button on my mouse act as a double click like I had it on my old machine
In Windows I used command-line clipboard copy-and-paste utilities… These were UnixUtils ports for Windows (but they only handled plain text). There were a couple of other native Windows utils which could write/extracy any format. I’ve looked for some