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Clipboard: copy paste to/from multiple buffers

I would like to copy and paste using multiple buffers. E.g. ctr+c+$n copies to a buffer$n, then ctr+v+$n pastes the content from the buffer$n where $n is a number on the keyboard from 0 to 9. Is there ...
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Why is clipboard sharing disabled by default on VirtualBox?

I installed a Lubuntu guest (Ubuntu+LXDE) in VirtualBox on Windows. I also installed the guest additions, however, the clipboard was not working. To my surprise, there was an option to enable it: ...
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Ctrl-k does not copy to clipboard

I am used to using emacs type commands in terminals and now I discovered a funny behaviour in "konsole" that I cannot correct. I am using ctrl-k to cut the rest of the line from the cursor and in ...
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Ctrl C breaks the keyboard on Linux

I'm using a USB keyboard which works fine on Windows, but on Linux (Ubuntu and Fedora) this happens. When I press ctrl C to copy some text, the keyboard stops working and I can't type anything ...
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yakuake - mark to copy

(gui: KDE) Terminator has a "mark to copy" option in preferences - i.e. it's enough to select text on the terminal to have it copied to clipboard. Now, I do not want to enable such an option ...
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Is there a native way to access older clipboard entries in linux?

I'm looking for a method that doesn't use an external clipboard manager (at most, xclip). I tried xclip -o, but that only gives me the latest. Is there a way to step back without a manager?
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1answer
56 views

How to merge the different copy and paste clipboards to one on linux systems?

Linux systems provide several different buffers where programs save the clipboard information. It is sometimes confusing, how the clipboard interacts between different programs. While you can copy ...
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1answer
477 views

VIM copy doesn't work in Gnome Terminal (to system clipboard)

I prefer using VIM in a gnome terminal (On Fedora 19) instead of using GVIM. But I can't seem to copy to the system clipboard. I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure this out because other threads ...
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1answer
108 views

In Ubuntu Linux: Pass the clipboard content as parameter to some application

Is there a tool which can pass the content of the clipboard as parameter to some application? For example I would use it like this: (1) In a text editor or whatever, for example I could highlight ...
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113 views

When I select some text, I want it to be copied to clipboard automatically

Let's say you have firefox open on centos linux desktop. Or simply some basic text editor. You select a text. Soon as the mouse button is up. In other words selecting is done. I want it to copy it ...
2
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1answer
310 views

How to cat <<'EOF' arbitrary text data from clipboard

I want to paste some text into a terminal and save it to a file without using an editor, but just 'cat'. But too long lines or tabs in text make it impossible to do so with a simple command like "cat ...
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1answer
56 views

Is there a vim plugin or other program that copy-pastes a selected text to a permanent file in one keystroke?

Is there a vim plugin or other program that copy-pastes a selected text to a permanent file in one keystroke? E.g. You select a text, do Ctrl + s and instead of copying to clipboard, it copies to a ...
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156 views

Can gnome terminal be set up, to copy selection without prompt?

I often times want to copy a set of commands from terminal, that do not have an output; say a block like this: prompt$ less file1.txt prompt$ less file2.txt prompt$ dhex file2.txt prompt$ less ...
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1answer
93 views

How do I highlight “copy this” text on a website so that I might middle-click paste?

It seems to be one common practice on websites which intend to give the user text for copying/pasting to place this text in an <input/> or <textarea/> and pre-select it for the user. ...
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123 views

Clipboard management with 'Paste all Functionality' for Linux

I've just frustratingly spend a couple of hours looking for some way to paste multiple items recently copied in one go. I.e copy a line, copy another line, copy a link, then 'PASTE ALL' I've tried ...
2
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1answer
585 views

How can I copy the output from a remote command into the local clipboard?

I use iTerm2 as my terminal client in Mac OS X. On the local system I can use pbcopy and pbpaste to transfer data between the system clipboard and the terminal, but of course this doesn't work when ...
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1answer
1k views

Linux equivalent of clip.exe

I am trying to figure out how to copy the contents of a file to and from the clipboard in Linux (Ubuntu Server 11.10, bash). Is there a linux equvalent of the Windows command clip < filename? If ...
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2answers
820 views

Manipulate system clipboard via bash script

Is it possible to have a bash script put some text in the system clipboard? (I use Ubuntu with default Gnome and Bash.)
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1answer
82 views

Software like xclip that comes standard on just about all Linux Distros with X?

I have an application that needs to access the clipboard on *nix OSs but I do not have access to the x event loop because of how it works. Therefore I need to send a command to another application to ...
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2answers
517 views

command line method to paste file into Thunderbird compose window?

I'm trying to paste a 3K file into Thunderbird's "Write" window (i.e. for composing new messages). This (sometimes) works: date | xclip # then use middle button to paste This doesn't work: cat ...
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1answer
281 views

Clipboard management like Linux in Windows

In Linux, if I select a text I can paste it in another place with a click of middle mouse button and there is no need to right click and copy or using ctrl+c hotkeys for doing so. Also the selected ...
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3answers
2k views

How to copy a picture to clipboard from command line in linux?

I can copy image in Gimp and paste it to OpenOffice document. How to do it (copy or paste image) from command line?
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4answers
275 views

Prevent vim from clearing the clipboard on exit

If I copy text into the xterm clipboard from vim, it is cleared when I exit vim. How do I prevent this?
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1answer
564 views

Perform action when clipboard contents match regex

I use the Actions feature of KDE's Klipper utility to run certain commands when I copy something into the clipboard that matches a particular regular expression. Unfortunately, I have to turn on ...
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1answer
805 views

Ubuntu behaves as if I have two clipboards

My Ctrl+V produces a different result that RightClick+Paste I can't reproduce this, it happens randomly, so I can't specify the circumstances just yet. I will as soon as I can make it happen all the ...
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2answers
651 views

How to copy password from Mono-executed KeePass2 to xterm on Linux?

I use KeePass2 to access username/password information in a Dropbox file. This allows convenient access from multiple devices. I can't seem to copy a password to the clipboard on my Linux ...
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1answer
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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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5answers
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Copy to system clipboard instead of vim buffer

I would like to set Y and P to copy and paste directly to the system clipboard instead of vim buffer. I don't want any additional commands. Just the normal ones, but they should copy to and paste ...
3
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1answer
267 views

Is there an xsel equivalent that supports rtf?

I'm wondering if there is a command line clipboard manipulation program for Linux like xsel or xclip that supports RTF formatted data? What I mean is, if I use xsel to put RTF data on the clipboard, ...
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2answers
272 views

getting HTML source or rich text from the X clipboard

How can rich text or HTML source code be obtained from the X clipboard? For example, if you copy some text from a web browser and paste it into kompozer, it pastes as HTML, with links etc. preserved. ...
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Is there a ClipX eqivalent for Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Clipboard manager for Ubuntu? I'm looking for an application that allows me to store multiple items in the clipboard. On Windows I use ClipX for that. Do you know such a ...