Clip board problems

Todd and Margo Chester ToddAndMargo at
Thu Jun 26 04:26:24 CEST 2008

David Mohr wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 7:56 PM, Todd and Margo Chester
> <ToddAndMargo at> wrote:
>> Erik Harrison wrote:
>>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 7:40 PM, Todd and Margo Chester
>>> <ToddAndMargo at> wrote:
>>>>> Oh Crap.  Clipman is not in YUM:
>>>> Oh poo.   It is already installed.
>>>> # rpm -qa \*xfce4-cl\*
>>>> xfce4-clipman-plugin-0.8.0-1.fc6
>>>> Is there any trick to using it?
>>> Put it in your panel?
>>> When in need, click?
>>>> -T
>> Okay, I fee stupid.  I know I have done this before.
>> I clicked on the xfce mouse, looked in settings and found
>> nothing about plugins (doesn't mean it is not there, just
>> that I couldn't find it).  I when to the XFce web site
>> and looked through doc's on 4.2 and the faq's (again, doesn't
>> mean...).  A lot of stuff on how to "use" plugins but not
>> how to install them.
>> I know it is right under my nose.  Would someone jog my
>> memory?
>> Many thanks,
>> -T
> It's a panel plugin, so you can't find it in the mouse menu. Rather,
> right click on the panel where you would like to see the icon, and
> click "add item".
> ~David

Oh man, there is a lot of neat stuff in there.

Thank you!


More information about the Xfce mailing list