Ah yes, makes perfect sense. There's no good way to determine if the control 
sequesnce is for the terminal or Guac. Ctrl+Shift+V works like a champ. Very 
nice. :)


On 2/12/18, 12:40 PM, "Mike Jumper" <mike.jum...@guac-dev.org> wrote:

    On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 10:09 AM, McRoy, Jeffrey (GE Healthcare)
    <jeffrey.mc...@ge.com> wrote:
    > Hi Everyone,
    > I’ve seen a lot of email about copy/paste without ctrl-shift-alt, so I
    > decided to try it out. I downloaded the 0.9.14 war file, added some user
    > mappings, and fired it up in Tomcat 8.x.
    > I then added the clipboard manager to my Chrome browser. I opened a Guac 
    > session, enable clipboard access, highlighted some text and was able to
    > paste it into a textpad app running on my local computer. I didn’t even 
    > to press Ctrl-C. Excellent! However, it looks like scrolling back while
    > selecting text in the SSH session isn’t supported yet.
    That's correct. You can select text after scrolling, but not while in
    the process of scrolling.
    > Then I tried copying some text from my local notepad app to paste it into
    > the SSH session, but I couldn’t work out how to get it to paste. Selecting
    > paste from the Chrome browser menu didn’t work, Ctrl-V didn’t work, and
    > using the old ctrl-shift-alt window didn’t work. What am I missing?
    Ctrl+anything (including V) is reserved for sending control characters
    within the terminal, so it is not used by Guacamole's terminal
    emulator for paste. You will need to press Ctrl+Shift+V, or middle- or
    - Mike

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