In the manpage of xclip -selection specify which X selection to use, options are "primary" to use XA_PRIMARY (default), "secondary" for XA_SECONDARY or "clipboard" for XA_CLIPBOARD Since the ...
The usages of xsel and xclip seem to me all about the copy operation, whether it is primary or clipboard selection. When I perform the paste operation, is it only by using mouse or trackpad, not via ...
In the manpage of xclip -selection specify which X selection to use, options are "primary" to use XA_PRIMARY (default), "secondary" for XA_SECONDARY or "clipboard" for XA_CLIPBOARD Note that ...
I've noticed that sometimes clipboard contents become unavailable if the source application (where the content was copied from) is closed. This leads me to wonder if it's possible to know what the ...
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 vi-...
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), "secondary"...
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 -b'...