fourdan at xfce.org
Sat Mar 3 11:57:46 CET 2007
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> I'm not sure this is the right place to ask, but here it goes:
> I know about the panel applet plugin - I mean Clipman - the
> clipboard plugin. But it doesn't support image copy-paste & co
> between different applications.
> I think it would be a very useful feature to have, and might be a
> nice idea to implement.
> OTOH, what solutions are there, for those of us wanting image
> copy-paste between different applications?
I'm not sure, I'm not very use to the mechanism involved with cut'n
paste in X11, but AFAIK, copy and pasting requires that the destination
understands the MIME type given by the source application along with the
In other words, I think it should just work, as long as the applications
are able to understand each other's data format (like copy from firefox
to a simple text editor will just copy the text while paste to an html
editor will copy the html code).
The clipboard plugin usage is more for persistent clipboard (ie keep the
data available even after the source application has quit).
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