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xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefoxFirefox, and even the web, was invented, is is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.


You can presumably add (dontdon't forget the backslash on preceding lines):

Shift <Key>Insert: insert-selection(SECONDARY)\n\
Ctrl  <Key>Insert: copy-selection(SECONDARY)\n

xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.


You can presumably add (dont forget the backslash on preceding lines):

Shift <Key>Insert: insert-selection(SECONDARY)\n\
Ctrl  <Key>Insert: copy-selection(SECONDARY)\n

xterm, whose conventions were established many years before Firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.


You can presumably add (don't forget the backslash on preceding lines):

Shift <Key>Insert: insert-selection(SECONDARY)\n\
Ctrl  <Key>Insert: copy-selection(SECONDARY)\n
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xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.


You can presumably add (dont forget the backslash on preceding lines):

Shift <Key>Insert: insert-selection(SECONDARY)\n\
Ctrl  <Key>Insert: copy-selection(SECONDARY)\n

xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.

xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.


You can presumably add (dont forget the backslash on preceding lines):

Shift <Key>Insert: insert-selection(SECONDARY)\n\
Ctrl  <Key>Insert: copy-selection(SECONDARY)\n
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xterm, whose conventions were established many years before firefox, and even the web, was invented, is controlled by application resources. These are merged from several places, including files like /usr/share/X11/app-defaults/XTerm, and also information held by the X11 server seen with xrdb -q. You can override these resources by placing, for example, things like the following in the file ~/.Xdefaults:

XTerm*VT100.Translations:       #override\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> v: insert-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n\
 Shift Ctrl <KeyPress> c: copy-selection(CLIPBOARD)\n

This binds ctrl-shift-v to inserting the clipboard contents. I'm not clear exactly what you wanted, so check the man page for the functions and the PRIMARY, SECONDARY and CUT_BUFFER0 selections.