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Thread: Select is the same as copy - Konsole

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    Default Select is the same as copy - Konsole

    Hi,

    Is there any way to configure Konsole so that selecting a block of text is the same as copying it. You can do this in Putty and it's very handy. Right click then pastes it...

    /jlar

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    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: Select is the same as copy - Konsole

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    Linux in general copies anything that is selected to a second copy/paste
    buffer that you may not know about. You are probably already familiar
    with the one used for Ctrl+C Ctrl+V (Copy/Paste in the Edit menu
    usually) but that's the long way. Any text you select is automatically
    "copied" to another buffer for use with the middle-click or
    mouse-wheel-click (by default). Give it a try.

    Good luck.





    eeijlar wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > Is there any way to configure Konsole so that selecting a block of text
    > is the same as copying it. You can do this in Putty and it's very handy.
    > Right click then pastes it...
    >
    > /jlar
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Select is the same as copy - Konsole

    Ah... middle mouse wheel... that's it. thanks.

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