I'd like to do something like this: On the command line, copy a file to the Windows clipboard In Windows Explorer, paste the file/files into a current location Is there a simple tool to do this, ...
@echo off mode con:cols=40 lines=2 echo BJNNAHQT4YRV57GITREWQ88|clip cls echo Wireless Password copied to clipboard. timeout 2 > NULL How do I make timeout not print any text?
I use Windows Vista x64 and regularly use command line windows, for instance CMD.EXE. I have enabled QuickEdit Mode (and Insert Mode and AutoComplete), to be able to quickly copy and paste text from ...
My dad asked me how he could script the pasting/inclusion of images in various applications. I'm sure I could script out some quick <img src=... HTML but I believe he's also looking to do this in ...
I am using GNU Screen on Terminal. Is there a way to use what I copied in GNU Screen into OS X's clipboard? I'm running Mac OS X 10.6.2 Screen version 4.00.03 (FAU) 23-Oct-06 Edit: I was thinking ...
I'd like to do something like dir *.* > clipboard ie. get to get the standard output of a command line program copied to the clipboard. Can this be done on a standard XP machine without ...
Is there a keyboard shortcut to paste in the Windows command prompt (or at least powershell)? I'm aware that you can right click, but it would be handy if it was possible without touching the mouse.
I've found myself needing to do this a couple of times lately and wondered if there was a way to do this in the OS already. Failing that, I've got a pretty good idea of how to write a script to do it, ...