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How can I disable selection highlight auto-copying?

I've finally found myself at home in Linux, but there is still one thing that has bothered me since the start, and I have not found a realistic solution: How do I disable the automatic copying of ...
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358 views

How can I select all copy from vim and paste to other program e.g. mail client?

How can I do the following? Copy all text from vim and paste it to an external program e.g. mail Outlook? I tried +y and gg*yG but the paste does not work.
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0answers
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A real non-“better touch tools” solution for select-to-copy on Mac OS X

I recently moved to Mac. I am missing my X11 copy-paste style. I can't find a way to exactly emulate X11 behavior "select-to-copy", "middle-click-to-paste" globally on Mac OS X. I am aware that this ...
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1answer
368 views

Pasting the content of xclip onto gedit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Copy file to xclip and paste to Firefox I would use the following command to copy the output of uptime to the clipboard: uptime | xclip Then I can paste the copied ...
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1answer
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How do I copy and paste text that's in a weird window (pictured here)?

The program is called ncview. I can drag and highlight the text inside, but not even Ctrl-C allows the text to be copied for pasting. Current distribution is a Debian distribution.
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1answer
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Copy file to xclip and paste to Firefox

I'm coping file to xclip cat file.txt | xclip I'm pasting without problem with xclip -o When I want to paste it to Firefox with Ctrl+V it pastes old text (that shouldn't already be in the ...
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2answers
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How to use keyboard instead of mouse middle-click for copy/paste? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Pasting X selection (not clipboard contents) with keyboard Is there a shortcut for copy-paste under X? I'd like to use the keyboard for pasting.
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Simple terminal emulator that supports cut/paste with other programs?

Coming from Mac OS X, I've enjoyed being able to cut/copy/paste text to and from its built in Terminal application. Now, I am planning to migrate to a tiling window manager like scrotwm, xmonad, ...