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I can only reproduce this if I enable "Sync Selections" in Clipman. NOTE: Make sure "Sync selections" is unchecked and you should be fine. For more background on the multiple clipboards, see: For ...
First of all that should actually be possible out of the box. However, the traditional *nix way has always been to select and then use the middle mouse button (or both buttons at once if you didn't have a middle one) to click. This is, and I am being objective here, much easier, it only needs two actions: select + click as opposed to select + CtrlC + CtrlV ...
I think you might want to turn off "Sync Selections" in the Clipman options. See the Clipman Documentation, specifically the distinction between the "primary" and "default" clipboards and the general settings section
Both the variable x-select-enable-clipboard and function called x-cut-buffer-or-selection-value seem to be significant. (setq x-select-enable-clipboard t) (setq interprogram-paste-function 'x-cut-buffer-or-selection-value) Read more from this Source : Integrate emacs copy paste with system copy paste
From the Emacs manual, section 12.3.1 Using the Clipboard: Prior to Emacs 24, the kill and yank commands used the primary selection, not the clipboard. If you prefer this behavior, change x-select-enable-clipboard to nil, x-select-enable-primary to t, and mouse-drag-copy-region to t. In this case, you can use the following commands to act explicitly on ...
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