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Sun May 3 08:02:29 UTC 2009
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> That would be why. You have to use Klipper for this to work. The X11
> clipboard contents are stored within the application "owning" the
> clipboard, if you close it, poof, there goes the clipboard. Klipper fixes
> this by taking ownership of the clipboard automatically.
Oh.. thanks for the info. I've always thought of Klipper as a
not-so-useful utility (I never used it's 'advanced' features). But now I
see how pasting worked without issues with KDE3- I always had Klipper
Now, once I have klipper running, pasting works fine.
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