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Re: copy backtrace?

From: Robert Woodworth
Subject: Re: copy backtrace?
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 08:02:43 -0700

That's a feature of X-servers from way back.
It's the closest thing X has to a "clipboard" (to use a Windoze term)
Middle mouse will paste what ever is highlighted. 

Using an apps menu "edit->copy" normally only copies to the applications
"clipboard" or in the case of a Gnome/KDE application the Gnome/KDE
"clipboard" witch in-turn will be more of a global "clipboard".

Unfortunately, DDD still uses Motif, which is really close to old-style
xlib stuff.

Lets go GTK-DDD!!!!

On Thu, 2007-11-29 at 09:46 -0500, burlen wrote:
> Robert Woodworth wrote:
> > Highlight the text with you mouse.   
> > (*don't* click edit->copy or anything like that)
> >
> > While the text is still highlighted, click on a new window with your
> > middle mouse button (or wheel click if a wheel mouse).
> >   
> Nice! I never would have guessed that! Thanks!
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