I stumbled across xclip which gives you access to the text you have selected on your active window. I've been thinking if there was a way to alter such text. The workflow I have in mind is the ...
I'm running tmux 1.6 and I'm trying to configure it to use vi-style keybindings as well as use the system clipboard when copying in interactive mode: set-window-option -g mode-keys vi bind-key -t ...
I'm trying to give the following command: echo "hi" | xclip -selection c This doesn't work? It has worked in the past, but never consistently. I also tried echo "hi" | xclip -selection primary ...
I'm about to get involved in some collaborative prose writing with a friend of mine via email. As a regular person, he will of course be using MS Word document formats; as a massive nerd, I prefer to ...
When copying text to the clipboard, xclip provides several selection targets: -selection specify which X selection to use, options are: "primary" to use XA_PRIMARY (default), ...
I am trying to figure out a decent way to copy what I have in a tmux buffer into my clipboard. I have tried a couple of different things like bind-key p select-pane -t 2 \; split-window 'xsel -i ...