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emacs: in terminal selected string gets lost on ctrl-k

I select an absolute file name with the mouse in a terminal I want to open this file in a running emacs: ctrl+x ctrl+f Emacs mini buffer: contains "~/...." I enter ctrl-a ctrl-k to delete "~/...." I ...
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1answer
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Copying emacs content through terminal app's clipboard copies unexpected tabs for some spaces

I'm using terminal.app on OS X, and when typing in emacs I often want to copy the text and paste it into some other program. When I do, I find that copied text has some spaces unexpectedly replaced by ...
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2answers
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Howto copy and text from termial to (GTK-)emacs?

If I select text in my terminal (in my case urxvt) and then click with the middle mouse button into an emacs window (GTK), it pastes the selected text from terminal. Since I don't want this ...
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4answers
443 views

emacs copy and paste

How can I copy from emacs and paste into another instance of emacs or else where? If I do C-space, M-w, and then C-y, I can only paste in the open instance of Emacs. If I navigate to another Emacs ...
3
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2answers
560 views

emacs - paste text from clipboard without formatting

I am using Emacs 24 for MacOSX and having some problem with pasting code from clipboard to Emacs. The code that I selected usually already nicely formatted (with tab, ident, ...). However, when I ...
2
votes
3answers
328 views

Is there a convenient general way to “grab” the echoed result of a command in Emacs (of M-: or M-!)?

Sometimes, I want to insert the result of an Emacs command (that has been echoed in the echo area) to another buffer or another running X program. So, I'd like to put it to the kill-ring. What would ...
3
votes
2answers
371 views

Is there a user interface in Emacs allowing one to “grab” the buffer's filename conveniently?

It happens quite often that I want to use the path of the file opened in a certain buffer in Emacs (either the full path or the basename) in another place (a buffer or a different X program, say, a ...
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4answers
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Emacs command to cut OR copy to system clipboard?

As a very new Emacs user, I've been using Ctrl+w and Ctrl+y to cut/copy and paste between buffers in Emacs. Is there a way to do the same thing so that not just Emacs, but the entire system, can have ...