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Is there a way, to copy and paste twice? For example, is there a way, for me to copy one url, store it, and then copy another url, and then for the urls to be pasted respectively?

I read somewhere, that this is possible, but have not ben able to figure it out.

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Yes, you need a clipboard manager. There are many good ones around; may I suggest reading up on Wikipedia an article to see what they do; then it'll be easy from there to find one that suits your needs best.

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Copy one, paste it into notepad/gedit/kwrite/textedit/vi/emacs. Copy two, paste it into same [insert text editor of choice]. Copy both, paste both. :)

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No sense of humor? – MDMarra Jun 11 '10 at 2:48
Aside from being painfully inconvenient, this doesn't quite sound like what Shane is looking for. Edit: Sorry, I guess the humor didn't come across on this one. – rob Jun 11 '10 at 2:48
Oh well, It happens. – MDMarra Jun 11 '10 at 3:06
I was going to undo my downvote, but it's stuck now. If you edit the question, I should be able to undo my vote. – rob Jun 11 '10 at 3:09
@rob - edited. Not that I care about the rep, I just wanted to make everyone laugh :( – MDMarra Jun 11 '10 at 3:24

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