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Shift+Insert clipboard only working one way between two Emacs instances

I have two Emacs instances running, one locally and the other as an X Window running on a server I am ssh-connected to. When I try to copy+paste text between one and the other, the instance running on ...
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Separate binding for keys with shift

I'm using GNU Emacs 23.1.1 on Ubuntu 10.04 and want to use something similar to the emacs clipboard settings described here, but I want to keep the default behavior and get the alternate one by ...
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How to resolve problematic vnc/xming clipboard interaction?

I often have both a VNC client window and several X windows open (via Xming) at the same time on my Windows XP desktop. When this happens, the X windows, especially emacs and firefox, often lock up ...
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Make emacs explicitly copy to/from the X11 selection and clipboard buffers?

In vim you can explicitly copy/paste to/from the X11 selection buffer and clipboard buffer by using "*y and "+y, respectively. My emacs is (apparently -- it's not intentional on my part) set up to ...
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Pasting from OS X clipboard manager into emacs

I love emacs. I love having my clipboard history. I've used Jumpcut for a long time and recently purchased the powerpack for Alfred and tried its clipboard manager. I have the same problem with both ...
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sharing emacs killed text with gnu screen

I'd like to automatically have text I kill in emacs get put into screen's clipboard. I don't care too much about travel the other direction. I can do it now via a temporary file, but I have to run a ...
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Is there a way to use C-C for copy and C-V for paste in emacs?

I know about cua-mode, but I'm specifically wanting to bind C-C and C-V (the uppercase versions) to be like the terminal in Gnome. Is there any way to do this? I tried this, but it gave me all kinds ...