On Di, 06 Mär 2018, Bram Moolenaar wrote:

> 
> Christian Brabandt wrote:
> 
> > On Di, 06 Mär 2018, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> > 
> > > I cannot reproduce this in xterm or gnome-terminal.  Using Chrome as the
> > > browser.  With normal paste the Esc is inserted as a character.  When
> > > pasting with Shift pressed the Esc is stripped.
> > 
> > I tried with xterm/xfce-terminal and firefox and could reproduce. You 
> > must select the whole text with the mouse in the browser and use 
> > Edit->Copy to use the Primary clipboard. Then in Vim in insert mode, I 
> > used <C-R>+ and I could see the terminal flush because of changing mode.
> > 
> > After quitting Vim, I could see on the terminal, that an external 
> > command was executed.
> 
> Strange, there appears to be a difference between using the selection
> and the clipboard.  Hmm, I think that can be fixed.
> 
> Anyway, as what was otherwise suggested, the browser should not put
> unreadable codes into the clipboard, that is the root of the problem.

Yeah, most likely. Perhaps we should put a sentence of a warning in the 
documentation.

Best,
Christian
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