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Sat Mar 3 22:52:58 CET 2007
Nick Schermer wrote:
> I tried this once, but really, you don't want this because the image
> handling of the Gtk clipboard is not very fast, so when you cut/copy
> some image data in the Gimp (which uses an internal clipboard for this
> data, but sends it when you ask for it) the plugin memory increases a
> There were also some other problems with this when you use openoffice,
> duno exactly what happened...
I don't use Clipman but another, similar application. My understanding
is that it contains clipboard history but is not the clipboard.
There's an article here about the X clipboard:
BTW: I copied that link using the copy icon in Firefox (Swiftfox). When
I went to Thunderbird, the Paste icon was disabled but I was able to
paste using Ctrl+V. The same thing happens often with OpenOffice when
pasting data copied from another application.
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