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For sure it does not "log" in a dedicated log-file by default. However, you may see something useful in ~/.xsession-errors. Run tail -f ~/.xsession-errors on a console while you play with klipper. You may also communicate with klipper over dbus, but I don't see any logging facility there either (but you can list the entries, clear the history, etc etc)
From https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4608161/copy-text-out-of-vim-with-set-mouse-a-enabled/4608387 Press 'shift' key while selecting with the mouse. This will make mouse selection behave as if mouse=a was not enabled. This works and has been verified by reviewers of stack-overflow who have accepted this as answer :)
Add this to to your ~/.bashrc # now `cclip' can be used when you it to be available to `ctrl-[vxc]' alias cclip='xclip -selection clipboard' alternatively, run this: echo 'alias cclip='"'"'xclip -profile clipboard'"'" >> ~/.bashrc
Refer: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/options.html Look at Note section at the bottom of the reference: When enabling the mouse, the mouse buttons can still be used by keeping the shift key pressed. This includes copy paste using mouse buttons. *'mouse'* *E538* 'mouse' string (default "", "a" for GUI, MS-DOS and Win32) global ...
The below xbindkeys action works without messing with the clipboard, utilising the xvkbd command. xvkbd is a virtual (graphical) keyboard program for X Window System. xvkbd -xsendevent -text `oathtool 00`
Drag n' drop API's are implemented in GUI widget libraries, which are built on top of something else (on linux, Xlib). Is targetting to Qt (KDE), Gtk (Gnome) and XFC(XFCE) enough ? Qt and Gtk are distinct GUI libraries. If you write a GUI application (which is the only context in which drag n' drop makes sense), you choose a library, not two or three ...
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