--> System Settings
--> Workspace --> Startup and Shutdown
--> Add Program (for CopyQ)
--> Select Klipper and Click Remove Program
On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 9:02 AM, Neal Becker <ndbecker2(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Gerald B. Cox wrote:
> I just pushed a new testing update out to bodhi on this and realized that
> I may not
> have advised folks that copyq is available in the fedora repos.
> For those of you who are unfamiliar with it here is a link to a recent
> review article: http://goo.gl/1oMjHv
> It requires qt5 and has remarkable set of options. The project is active
> and updates are pushed in a timely manner.
> The one criticism I've seen is that it is "too advanced" and people
> lost in the options. That really isn't the case. If you use the vanilla
> setup, it works just like any other clipboard manager. The advantage is
> if you want to do some neat things with your clipboard data, copyq will
> you do it easily. Of course, if you want to play around, you need to
> For those who like eye candy, the system area icon is animated and the
> scissors will "cut" when you clip something for the clipboard.
can you remind me, how do I prevent klipper from starting and autostart
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