Re: [gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-25 Thread Mike Gilbert
On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 5:46 PM, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I start it, and it says it's loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard

[gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-25 Thread Grant Edwards
On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I start it, and it says it's loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard /u:xx /p:yy /v:N.N.N.N loading channel cliprdr connected to N.N.N.N:3389 But no ctrl-V never pastes anything from the X11 clipboard the way

[gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-26 Thread Grant Edwards
loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard /u:xx /p:yy /v:N.N.N.N loading channel cliprdr connected to N.N.N.N:3389 But no ctrl-V never pastes anything from the X11 clipboard the way it always did with rdesktop. Um, never mind. It has started working, but I have no idea why

[gentoo-user] xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-25 Thread Grant Edwards
I've been using rdesktop for several years and have always been able to use Ctrl-V on the Windows desktop to paste stuff from the X11 clipboard. Now I need to switch to xfreerdp because rdesktop doesn't implement a new enough version of the RDP protocol. I can't figure out how to get

[gentoo-user] tightvnc and clipboard

2008-09-25 Thread Chuanwen Wu
Hi! I use tightvnc between linux and linux host. But the clipboard didn't work. After I hightlight the word or use CTRL+C in one machine, I got nothing when I pasted in another machine. $ cat /etc/conf.d/vnc DISPLAYS=wcw:1 $ cat xstartup #!/bin/sh xrdb $HOME/.Xresources unset SESSION_MANAGER

[gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Matias Grana
Hi; I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's no USE flag for this feature. After some research, I've learned that the way to do this is to configure the EXTRA_ECONF variable. Now the question is: is there a file

[gentoo-user] KDE 4.2.98, no copy paste in Konsole

2009-07-23 Thread Paul Hartman
Hi, Yesterday I upgraded to KDE 4.2.98 (4.3 RC3) and everything seems normal except the clipboard does not work at all in Konsole. I highlight text, right click, choose copy, and nothing. Click the clipboard icon to see the clipboard history, and that text is nowhere to be found... My copy

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.2.98, no copy paste in Konsole

2009-07-23 Thread Paul Hartman
On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 9:57 AM, Robin Atwoodrobin.atw...@attglobal.net wrote: On Thursday 23 July 2009, Paul Hartman wrote: Hi, Yesterday I upgraded to KDE 4.2.98 (4.3 RC3) and everything seems normal except the clipboard does not work at all in Konsole. I highlight text, right click

[gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-25 Thread Grant Edwards
On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I start it, and it says it's loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard /u:xx /p:yy /v:N.N.N.N loading channel cliprdr connected to N.N.N.N:3389

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-25 Thread Alan McKinnon
On 25/03/2015 23:46, Grant Edwards wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I start it, and it says it's loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard /u:xx /p:yy /v:N.N.N.N loading

[gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-19 Thread »Q«
On Sun, 17 May 2015 14:41:21 -0700 walt w41...@gmail.com wrote: I've noticed that, when running linux, the end result of selecting text can depend on which Desktop Environment you are using. Yes indeed. If the DE comes with a clipboard manager (most do), it pays to play around

[gentoo-user] Re: problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread Miernik
Bryan Whitehead [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is the default behavior of X. Highlighting IS copying to the clipboard. Also, middle-click (or whatever is mapped to your 3rd mouse button) is paste. This is just how X works. Getting around this is a hack in itself. No, read this: http

[gentoo-user] Re: Copy'n'Paste...but not for all?

2017-06-26 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 26/06/2017 07:45 μμ, Ian Zimmerman wrote: On 2017-06-26 19:18, Nikos Chantziaras wrote: Sometimes the clipboard contents even disappear if you exit the application you copied from. Start Google Chrome. Select the URL bar. Press Ctrl+C. Quit Google Chrome. Try Ctrl+V somewhere. It's gone

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread Alex Schuster
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have problems with my clipboard, that I never experienced with other Linux distributions: If I do 'mark text; Ctrl-c; mark different text; Ctrl-v' e.g. in Eclipse the second selection is not overwritten by the content of the first selection. It seems

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread Crayon Shin Chan
On Friday 16 November 2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If so, then it seems that for me mouse-selection and Ctrl-c write into the same buffer. Can anyone give me a hint, where to look for the possibility to change this behaviour? I use Klipper and have it configured so that both clipboard

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.2.98, no copy paste in Konsole

2009-07-23 Thread Robin Atwood
On Thursday 23 July 2009, Paul Hartman wrote: Hi, Yesterday I upgraded to KDE 4.2.98 (4.3 RC3) and everything seems normal except the clipboard does not work at all in Konsole. I highlight text, right click, choose copy, and nothing. Click the clipboard icon to see the clipboard history

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-26 Thread Fernando Rodriguez
On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 9:46:52 PM Grant Edwards wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-25, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I start it, and it says it's loading the clipboard plugin $ xfreerdp +clipboard /u:xx /p:yy

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-17 Thread Daniel Frey
clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever was in the clipboard. As has already been commented, this won't work with FF, which replaces the clipboard when I necessarily double click to select the content

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-17 Thread Mick
-highlighting in Chromium does not take over the system clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever was in the clipboard. As has already been commented, this won't work with FF, which replaces the clipboard when I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-18 Thread Gevisz
recently. This is not a problem at all, because this address bar auto-highlighting in Chromium does not take over the system clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever was in the clipboard. As has

[gentoo-user] Re: Copy'n'Paste...but not for all?

2017-06-26 Thread Ian Zimmerman
On 2017-06-26 19:18, Nikos Chantziaras wrote: > Sometimes the clipboard contents even disappear if you exit the > application you copied from. Start Google Chrome. Select the URL bar. > Press Ctrl+C. Quit Google Chrome. Try Ctrl+V somewhere. It's gone. The > clipboard content you just

[gentoo-user] Re: problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread Miernik
such behaviour on my Debian machine, where clipboards are separate, but I'd like them to be common. Preferably also common with GNU screen clipboard (/tmp/screen-exchange). Any ideas how to do it? -- Miernik http://miernik.name/ -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread hkml
Alex Schuster wrote: Klipper (the KDE clipbboard) has a setting to keep the content of clipboard and current selection separately. I thought this could only be used to force the behaviour you experence, but maybe it works the other way around for you and lets you disable it. Thank you

Re: [gentoo-user] vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-21 Thread Ciaran McCreesh
On Sat, 21 Jan 2006 23:01:26 -0500 Walter Dnes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | At work, where I have to use Windows (ptui) I can copy text | from the GUI to the clipboard, {ALT-TAB} to a vim session, and paste | the clipboard with * even if vim is running in a textmode console. | Is there some similar

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Ciaran McCreesh
On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 11:19:55 -0300 Matias Grana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this | by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's no USE flag for | this feature. Incorrect. USE=vim-with-x. -- Ciaran McCreesh : Gentoo

Re: [gentoo-user] how to copy a file's content to clipboard?

2005-08-12 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 23:53:19 +0800, Qiangning Hong wrote: Do you know how to copy the content of a file to the X clipboard using command? Every time now I need to paste a file into my email, I have to cat it in a terminal and use mouse to select the text. Is there a more convenient way

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread Crayon Shin Chan
On Friday 16 November 2007, Bryan Whitehead wrote: This is the default behavior of X. Highlighting IS copying to the clipboard. My point is that text which I did not *specifically* highlighted should never be placed in the clipboard (whether primary/secondary/whatever). Real life example: 1

[gentoo-user] Re: Weird firefox

2018-06-02 Thread Ian Zimmerman
k and led to a solution. I was stuffing the clipboard with the xclip(1) program, in a script that historically looked like this (only slightly simplified): xclip -o | xclip -i -selection c The left side of the pipe takes the selection, which is a transient thing, and echoes it on stdout; the r

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread Bryan Whitehead
This is the default behavior of X. Highlighting IS copying to the clipboard. Also, middle-click (or whatever is mapped to your 3rd mouse button) is paste. This is just how X works. Getting around this is a hack in itself. Next time you are on an Solaris or AIX workstation - know that cut/paste

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Matias Grana
On Mon, Oct 17, 2005 at 04:13:34PM +0100, Neil Bothwick wrote: On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 11:19:55 -0300, Matias Grana wrote: I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's no USE flag for this feature. After some

[gentoo-user] Re: Copy'n'Paste...but not for all?

2017-06-26 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
On 26/06/2017 06:15 πμ, J. Roeleveld wrote: On June 26, 2017 3:19:49 AM GMT+02:00, Nikos Chantziaras <rea...@gmail.com> wrote: [...] Similar things happen with VMware. It seems that many applications do not set the clipboard contents in a way that VB or VMw can recognize. Never

[gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-15 Thread hkml
Hi Group, I have problems with my clipboard, that I never experienced with other Linux distributions: If I do 'mark text; Ctrl-c; mark different text; Ctrl-v' e.g. in Eclipse the second selection is not overwritten by the content of the first selection. It seems that the clipboard content

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread Crayon Shin Chan
someone would be a nazi (like the realplayer people are) for the second way. You still don't seem to get my point. The realplayer people is using a third way - aka the stupid way, because simply opening a dialog *should not* change the contents of the clipboard (unless the sole purpose

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 11:19:55 -0300, Matias Grana wrote: I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's no USE flag for this feature. After some research, I've learned that the way to do this is to configure

Re: [gentoo-user] How does ssh know to use pinentry?

2014-07-06 Thread Chris Stankevitz
On Sun, Jul 6, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Mick michaelkintz...@gmail.com wrote: I think that the idea of keeping your passphrase in the clipboard is frowned upon for security reasons. Not only because of any potential memory leaks, but because you may inadvertently paste it in GUI fields/areas you were

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Re: OT - which X terminal do you use?

2006-05-17 Thread Alexander Skwar
Thomas Kirchner wrote: As for copy/paste, I'll give you that. However, screen once again provides that functionality between its own windows. Yes, between its own windows. So it won't help much, if something's copied into the clipboard (eg. select text in Firefox, KNode, ... and hit Ctrl+C

[gentoo-user] how to copy a file's content to clipboard?

2005-08-12 Thread Qiangning Hong
Do you know how to copy the content of a file to the X clipboard using command? Every time now I need to paste a file into my email, I have to cat it in a terminal and use mouse to select the text. Is there a more convenient way? -- Qiangning Hong I'm usually annoyed by IDEs because

[gentoo-user] Re: x11-misc/synergy

2014-06-10 Thread James
Daniel Jackson djackson.gentoo at gmail.com writes: Can't live without it. I use it at work and at home. I actually paid for the premium for the shared clipboard and to keep the program going. Pros and Cons? Its easy to use, doesn't get in your way, and maybe two cons,it ask you to pay

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-17 Thread Neil Bothwick
over the system clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever was in the clipboard. True, it's not that problem, but it is still a problem in other ways, or an annoyance at best. And unlike Firefox, there does not appear

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread hkml
Miernik wrote: No, read this: http://www.jwz.org/doc/x-cut-and-paste.html Thanks for the link: now I know that my ideas of how copying works are close to reality. I will continue looking for a solution. If I find something, I will post it here. Cheers, Heinz -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-22 Thread hkml
Hi Group, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have problems with my clipboard, that I never experienced with other Linux distributions: If I do 'mark text; Ctrl-c; mark different text; Ctrl-v' e.g. in Eclipse the second selection is not overwritten by the content of the first selection. It seems

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Peter Gordon
Neil Bothwick said: mkdir -p /etc/portage/env.d/app-editors echo /etc/portage/env.d/app-editors/vim 'EXTRA_ECONF=--enable-clipboard' You can use this to set variables, or override default settings, for any package. Ooh that's quite nifty. I'll have to write that one down. Thanks, Neil

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: Linus ranting about Gnome3

2012-06-15 Thread Alex Schuster
post. How did this end up imy clipboard? This one is correct (your URL, with a lowercase 'I' at the end): https://plus.google.com/102150693225130002912/posts/UkoAaLDpF4i Wonko

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-18 Thread Andrew Lowe
it started doing this but it was quite recently. This is not a problem at all, because this address bar auto-highlighting in Chromium does not take over the system clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread Bryan Whitehead
. On Nov 16, 2007 8:12 AM, Crayon Shin Chan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Friday 16 November 2007, Bryan Whitehead wrote: This is the default behavior of X. Highlighting IS copying to the clipboard. My point is that text which I did not *specifically* highlighted should never be placed

[gentoo-user] Re: vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-22 Thread Moshe Kaminsky
have to use Windows (ptui) I can copy text from the GUI to the clipboard, {ALT-TAB} to a vim session, and paste the clipboard with * even if vim is running in a textmode console. Is there some similar channel for vim in linux? If you just set DISPLAY correctly before you run vim (usually ':0.0

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Matias Grana
On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 03:41:24PM +0200, Holly Bostick wrote: motub- useflag vim-with-x /usr/portage/profiles/use.local.desc:app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Linking console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm Aha! Now it seems that I have an old (or not so

Re: [gentoo-user] keyboard copy paste

2009-08-31 Thread Mike Kazantsev
On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 11:13:02 -0500 Harry Putnam rea...@newsguy.com wrote: Now I want to paste whats on the clipboard into an Xterm cmd line, without going to the mouse. I'm running recent Xfce4 desktop... but not finding a way to do this. Can I just steal whatever events happen when

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Vmware Player 4 from vmware-overlay

2011-10-25 Thread Stefan G. Weichinger
files between my Linux and Windows desktop and also share the clipboard. Does KVM have something similar? You are right, the integration isn't that smooth yet. KVM brings virtio-drivers to access NICs and block-devices on a lower level: http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/Virtio dragdrop and clipboard

Re: [gentoo-user] x11-misc/synergy

2014-06-08 Thread Daniel Jackson
Can't live without it. I use it at work and at home. I actually paid for the premium for the shared clipboard and to keep the program going. On Jun 8, 2014 11:13 AM, Jc García jyo.gar...@gmail.com wrote: 2014-06-08 8:25 GMT-06:00 James wirel...@tampabay.rr.com: Gentooers, Anyone built

[gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-27 Thread Grant Edwards
was available). It looks like it's working well. Clipboard features work consistently, and I see none of the lockup or network traffic problems I saw with 1.2.0. -- Grant Edwards grant.b.edwardsYow! Hand me a pair of at leather pants

[gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-26 Thread Grant Edwards
window). In some such working sessions, the clipboard features don't work at all. In other working sessions, the cliboard feature does seem to work reliably. -- Grant Edwards grant.b.edwardsYow! In 1962, you could buy at a pair

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Grab info off the net

2007-11-21 Thread Roger Luethi
On Mon, 19 Nov 2007 23:39:29 -0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are people using and can vouch for that can snag webpages or parts of web pages to store/save/organize/report on etc etc, as well as handling clipboard content or the like? Something to collect disparate pieces of information

[gentoo-user] {OT} Copy the full path to clipboard from Thunar

2009-02-26 Thread Grant
I'm trying to copy the full path of a file from xfce4's file manager Thunar so I can paste it into a command line program. The way I found to do this was with the Configure custom actions... option like this: echo %f | xcopy -selection c I can then paste the path, but there is a newline

Re: [gentoo-user] vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-20 Thread Richard Sammet
take a look at: /usr/portage/profiles/use.local.desc app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Link console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm br richard Tom Smith wrote: I've been trying to determine what this particular USE flag does but there doesn't seem

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Tom Martin
On Mon, Oct 17, 2005 at 11:19:55AM -0300, Matias Grana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sure I can set it by hand for one emerge, but I'd like to set EXTRA_ECONF to --enable-clipboard forever. You could try using /etc/portage/bashrc, see portage(5). Use at your own risk. Hope that helps, Tom -- Tom

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Ciaran McCreesh
On Tue, 18 Oct 2005 16:44:54 -0300 Matias Grana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | This is why I neglected to see that clipboard and vim-with-x were | related. But what I find confusing now is why I have this difference. | How does one update the use.local.desc file? It seems not to belong | to any

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Dave Nebinger
On Tuesday 18 October 2005 07:00 pm, Holly Bostick wrote: are you saying that this line app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Linking console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm is not the same on your file, despite the identical header? I mustbe getting old

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Vmware Player 4 from vmware-overlay

2011-11-01 Thread Stefan G. Weichinger
between my Linux and Windows desktop and also share the clipboard. Does KVM have something similar? But you don't have vmware-player-4 running on gentoo, do you? If yes, how?

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: xfreerdp clipboard not working

2015-03-26 Thread Mike Gilbert
On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 11:34 AM, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: On 2015-03-26, Grant Edwards grant.b.edwa...@gmail.com wrote: I'm going to unamsk xfreerdp 1.2.0 and see if it works any better. 1.2.0 is unusable. Personally, I maintain and use the live ebuild (freerdp-.1)

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Holly Bostick
Matias Grana schreef: On Mon, Oct 17, 2005 at 08:28:54PM +0100, Ciaran McCreesh wrote: On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 11:19:55 -0300 Matias Grana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this | by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-17 Thread Mick
. This is not a problem at all, because this address bar auto-highlighting in Chromium does not take over the system clipboard. When I click once it selects the whole address and I can delete it, before I middle click to insert whatever was in the clipboard. As has already been commented, this won't work with FF

[gentoo-user] [OT] Grab info off the net

2007-11-19 Thread reader
What are people using and can vouch for that can snag webpages or parts of web pages to store/save/organize/report on etc etc, as well as handling clipboard content or the like? Something to collect disparate pieces of information with that can organize and present it. I've used a windows

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT] Grab info off the net

2007-11-21 Thread reader
Roger Luethi [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Mon, 19 Nov 2007 23:39:29 -0600, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are people using and can vouch for that can snag webpages or parts of web pages to store/save/organize/report on etc etc, as well as handling clipboard content or the like? Something

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Copy the full path to clipboard from Thunar

2009-02-26 Thread Jesús Guerrero
El Jue, 26 de Febrero de 2009, 17:47, Grant escribió: I'm trying to copy the full path of a file from xfce4's file manager Thunar so I can paste it into a command line program. The way I found to do this was with the Configure custom actions... option like this: echo %f | xcopy -selection

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Copy the full path to clipboard from Thunar

2009-02-26 Thread Daniel Pielmeier
2009/2/26 Grant emailgr...@gmail.com: I'm trying to copy the full path of a file from xfce4's file manager Thunar so I can paste it into a command line program.  The way I found to do this was with the Configure custom actions... option like this: echo %f | xcopy -selection c I can then

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Copy the full path to clipboard from Thunar

2009-02-26 Thread Grant
I'm trying to copy the full path of a file from xfce4's file manager Thunar so I can paste it into a command line program.  The way I found to do this was with the Configure custom actions... option like this: echo %f | xcopy -selection c I can then paste the path, but there is a newline

Re: [gentoo-user] vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-20 Thread Neil Bothwick
/profiles/use.*desc -e' $ useflag vim-with /usr/portage/profiles/use.local.desc:app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Link console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm -- Neil Bothwick A computer scientist is someone who, when told to Go to Hell, sees the go to, rather

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Holly Bostick
: # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/profiles/use.local.desc,v 1.1502 2005/10/18 00:03:00 vapier Exp $ are you saying that this line app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Linking console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm is not the same on your file, despite the identical

Re: [gentoo-user] Local dictionary in KDE?

2005-11-16 Thread abhay
://stardict.sourceforge.net/Dictionaries.php Thanks alot for the links. That is exactly what I needed. I abandoned sdcv and installed WiseDict instead. Installed gcide and wordnet dictionaries and now WiseDict is sitting happily in the system tray monitoring my clipboard. It is a wonderful application

[gentoo-user] keyboard copy paste

2009-08-30 Thread Harry Putnam
to paste whats on the clipboard into an Xterm cmd line, without going to the mouse. I'm running recent Xfce4 desktop... but not finding a way to do this. Can I just steal whatever events happen when middle click on three button mouse and put them into a keyboard shortcut? How might I do that?

Re: [gentoo-user] keyboard copy paste

2009-08-30 Thread Frank Steinmetzger
Am Sonntag, 30. August 2009 schrieb Harry Putnam: Now I want to paste whats on the clipboard into an Xterm cmd line, without going to the mouse. I'm running recent Xfce4 desktop... but not finding a way to do this. Can I just steal whatever events happen when middle click on three button

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Vmware Player 4 from vmware-overlay

2011-11-01 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
Windows Aero without problem.) I can also dragdrop files between my Linux and Windows desktop and also share the clipboard. Does KVM have something similar? But you don't have vmware-player-4 running on gentoo, do you? If yes, how? layman -a vmware Then you can emerge it (version 4.0.0.471780-r1

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: Linus ranting about Gnome3

2012-06-15 Thread Pandu Poluan
://plus.google.com/102150693225130002912/posts/StQB1ftUp8D Argh, but it's the wrong post. How did this end up imy clipboard? This one is correct (your URL, with a lowercase 'I' at the end): https://plus.google.com/102150693225130002912/posts/UkoAaLDpF4i Wonko Grr. Apparently my Android decides

Re: [gentoo-user] mounting samsung galaxy S III (android ics)

2012-07-20 Thread Willie WY Wong
the applications you installed. When downloading multiple files at once, it zips them first. I also like the option to transfer the clipboard to/from the phone and type text messages (SMS) in a webbrowser to be sent out by the phone. Wow! New found capabilities for my droid. Thanks! W

Re: [gentoo-user] x11-misc/synergy

2014-06-08 Thread Jc García
it makes simple reorganizing the screens if you move them, or change the computer acting as server. Pros and Cons? Its easy to use, doesn't get in your way, and maybe two cons,it ask you to pay if you want the shared clipboard feature, only one computer acts like server so the control its

Re: [gentoo-user] acroread woes

2014-07-25 Thread Walter Dnes
the mouse pointer. The selected area is automatically copied to your clipboard. -- Walter Dnes waltd...@waltdnes.org I don't run desktop environments; I run useful applications

[gentoo-user] Re: Question for users of the Firefox browser

2015-05-17 Thread walt
and their own implementations of clipboard. For better or worse, you are always running the same DE under Windows, so the behavior of text selection should change only when Windows crashes :)

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-17 Thread Rich Freeman
On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 1:03 PM, J. Roeleveld <jo...@antarean.org> wrote: > > I would prefer a method that is independent of OS used. And provides server > side limitations with regards to filesharing and clipboard access. > x2go is just X11, so it should be OS-independent a

Re: [gentoo-user] "X11 forwarding" so to say ... but for audio

2016-07-19 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 19 Jul 2016 07:08:24 +0200, meino.cra...@gmx.de wrote: > !!! The ebuild selected to satisfy "=x11-wm/xpra-0.17.4" has unmet > requirements. > - x11-wm/xpra-0.17.4::gentoo USE="client clipboard lzo opengl x264 x265 > -csc -cups -dec_av2 -libav -lz4 -pulseaudi

[gentoo-user] Re: Weird firefox

2018-06-02 Thread Ian Zimmerman
On 2018-06-02 08:33, Ian Zimmerman wrote: > I select some text in another program (maybe a valid URL, maybe not), > copy it to the clipboard. > > In firefox, I click in the urlbar (or I press F6 enough times to get > there) and I type Control-V. And ... nothing happens.

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Weird firefox

2018-06-02 Thread Arve Barsnes
On 2 June 2018 at 22:57, Ian Zimmerman wrote: > On 2018-06-02 08:33, Ian Zimmerman wrote: > >> I select some text in another program (maybe a valid URL, maybe not), >> copy it to the clipboard. >> >> In firefox, I click in the urlbar (or I press F6 enough times to ge

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread Bryan Whitehead
: This is the default behavior of X. Highlighting IS copying to the clipboard. Also, middle-click (or whatever is mapped to your 3rd mouse button) is paste. This is just how X works. Getting around this is a hack in itself. No, read this: http://www.jwz.org/doc/x-cut-and-paste.html -- Miernik http

Re: [gentoo-user] problems with clipboard separation

2007-11-16 Thread Billy Holmes
Quoting Bryan Whitehead [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Solaris and then you can't paste it into something else? For example, I highlight in firefox, but it doesn't paste in my xterm... and my xterm doesn't seem to like any combination of Ctrl-V, etc xterms shouldn't intercept Ctrl-V to the clipboard

Re: [gentoo-user] vim USE flag: vim-with-x

2006-01-21 Thread Walter Dnes
to the clipboard, {ALT-TAB} to a vim session, and paste the clipboard with * even if vim is running in a textmode console. Is there some similar channel for vim in linux? -- Walter Dnes [EMAIL PROTECTED] In linux /sbin/init is Job #1 My musings on technology and security at http://tech_sec.blog.ca -- gentoo

[gentoo-user] Re: Gentoo laptop issues

2008-07-21 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
. These clipboards are different in what they paste... Anyone know more about this? This is a feature, not a bug ;) That way you have a temporary clipboard as well as a main clipboard. I don't know if it can be disabled (since I like this feature and therefore never bothered to check how to turn it off :P)

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-18 Thread Dave Nebinger
On Tuesday 18 October 2005 03:44 pm, Matias Grana wrote: On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 03:41:24PM +0200, Holly Bostick wrote: motub- useflag vim-with-x /usr/portage/profiles/use.local.desc:app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Linking console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Re: Re: Still not getting how to influence compile flags with emerge

2005-12-02 Thread Holly Bostick
control the xterm_clipboard flag? As said (several times)-- by enabling the vim-with-x USE flag. /usr/portage/profiles/use.local.desc:app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Link console vim against X11 libraries to *enable title and clipboard features* in xterm Enabling the USE flag enables the ./configure

[gentoo-user] [OT] OOo-Calc import text when pasting from clipboard

2006-06-27 Thread Mick
I want to consider as a delimiter (Tab, Semicolon, Comma, other, etc) i.e. it interprets the clipboard data I selected from the terminal as a CSV text file. The problem is that on boxen number two, the OOo-bin just pastes each line into a single cell without asking how to treat the delimiters

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT] OOo-Calc import text when pasting from clipboard

2006-06-28 Thread Mick
in OOo-Calc it opens a dialog box titled Text Import - [Pasted Data] and asks me what symbol I want to consider as a delimiter (Tab, Semicolon, Comma, other, etc) i.e. it interprets the clipboard data I selected from the terminal as a CSV text file. The problem is that on boxen number two, the OOo

Re: [gentoo-user] copy-paste no longer works with (g)vim + OpenOffice

2010-02-17 Thread Willie Wong
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 01:18:21PM -0500, Philip Webb wrote: I didn't know that one (smile), but only the 1st half works here; when I R-click in the OO file, there's no 'paste' option using the 'paste' button on the toolbar gives Requested clipboard format is not available. Okay, so OO does

Re: [gentoo-user] Questions about hacked sites and passwords

2012-01-17 Thread Florian Philipp
able to open a browser from the GUI and copying the username/password to the clipboard are handy, as is the ability to separate the entries into categories, but it's all convenience. You can do most of this with an encrypted text file and grep, although not so easily on an Android phone

Re: [gentoo-user] "X11 forwarding" so to say ... but for audio

2016-07-18 Thread Meino . Cramer
ives me: Calculating dependencies | !!! Problem resolving dependencies for =x11-wm/xpra-0.17.4 ... done! !!! The ebuild selected to satisfy "=x11-wm/xpra-0.17.4" has unmet requirements. - x11-wm/xpra-0.17.4::gentoo USE="client clipboard lzo opengl x264 x265 -csc -cups -dec_av

Re: [gentoo-user] Diskless nodes

2017-03-18 Thread Rich Freeman
indow and typing into its >> console, vs running a linux VM headless and using ssh to connect to >> it. Ssh is probably going to give you a more integrated experience >> and better performance, because you're not virtualizing a console with >> minimal support for stuff

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-17 Thread Holly Bostick
Neil Bothwick schreef: On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 11:19:55 -0300, Matias Grana wrote: I'm trying to compile vim with +clipboard support. One can do this by passing --enable-clipboard to configure. There's no USE flag for this feature. After some research, I've learned that the way to do

Re: [gentoo-user] how to use EXTRA_ECONF?

2005-10-19 Thread Matias Grana
On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 08:39:09PM -0400, Dave Nebinger wrote: On Tuesday 18 October 2005 07:00 pm, Holly Bostick wrote: are you saying that this line app-editors/vim:vim-with-x - Linking console vim against X11 libraries to enable title and clipboard features in xterm is not the same

Re: [gentoo-user] Copy/Paste Functionality in Konsole

2007-05-23 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
, it is copied. Then, you can just right click to paste it into the input line. How would I engineer such functionality in Konsole? Have you tried it yet? It works here w/o any special settings. IIRC, there might be a global KDE setting that affects the selection (and clipboard) behavior

Re: [gentoo-user] Copy/Paste Functionality in Konsole

2007-05-23 Thread Alan McKinnon
copied something into the other clipboard you can paste it into console with right click - paste or just shift-insert alan -- Optimists say the glass is half full, Pessimists say the glass is half empty, Developers say wtf is the glass twice as big as it needs to be? Alan McKinnon alan

Re: [gentoo-user] Copy/Paste Functionality in Konsole

2007-05-23 Thread Philip Webb
that, it's the middle click. This is a standard X feature that has been around for ages. If you copied something into the other clipboard you can paste it into console with right click - paste or just shift-insert The last sentence is a different matter. I just tested both commands

[gentoo-user] Re: Re: OT - which X terminal do you use?

2006-05-17 Thread Thomas Kirchner
* On May 16 21:38, Alexander Skwar (gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org) wrote: - Tabs - Easy way to paste from clipboard (I'm not talking about primary selection) You can use multi-aterm for tabs if you want, though personally I see no need to. You have 10 instantly-accessible tabs with screen

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