This only works for the Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V way.
On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 6:38 PM, Adam Williamson <email@example.com
> Adrin is right, though - GNOME's had a built-in clipboard manager for
> several releases now, so this works with most applications
> However, it still seems to be working for me, with today's Rawhide. I
> just tested by copying something from gedit, closing gedit, and then
> pasting it into a gnome-terminal. Worked OK.
> I can't find any references for this, though (I learned about it via
> Planet GNOME eons ago), so I wouldn't know how to tell what's gone wrong
> for Adrin.