This isn't definitive evidence, but the only Windows that I've used Zim
with for years has been Windows 8.1 64-bit and Windows 7 64-bit. At
least once per week I get bit by the copy-didn't-do-anything bug or some
other clipboard exception. I can't provide a list of steps to reproduce
and I can't come up with any ideas for how to make the problem go away.
I will continue to act as the maintainer the Windows build of Zim with
the most recent release of GTK 2 each time, but honestly this is the
main reason I've moved by work diary out of Zim and into PiggyDB. (I am
required to use Windows 7 64-bt for my job.)
Any help in fixing this would be appreciated. I know next to nothing
about GTK 2 and I am not going to be the person who solves it.

On Sat, Apr 22, 2017, at 14:15, Marcio Tibiriçá wrote:
> Hi Udo,
> 
> Your case is really weird. Maybe something related to 64-bit core? 
> I have used Zim in both Win7 and Win10 without having problems with
> copy and paste to other applications. But in my case both machines
> are 32-bit.> Maybe somebody else running Zim on Win 64-bit can bring some 
> clue on
> your issue.> 
> mtibbi

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