(Using Ubuntu 17.10)
I don't know how this happened. I use
Guake terminal and
oh-my-zsh, and also have had the Android emulator(along with the sdk etc.) installed for a long time. For some reason, one day, pasting into Guake using Ctrl-V, the mouse and context menu, or Ctrl-Shift-V, all started to
a) Open the Android emulator and then
b) Spit some emulator related garble onto the terminal, followed finally by the text I wanted to paste.
I can then close the emulator and use the pasted text. This, as you can imagine, became infuriating. So I just now deleted the entire folder of Android related stuff, the sdk, the ndk's, all tools etc. including the emulator. Now when I paste to Guake I see the line:
bracketed-paste-magic:12: no such file or directory: /home/user/Android/Sdk/tools/emulator
All I know about bracketed-paste-magic is that it is a part of zsh... I have never intentionally used this feature.
Any suggestions as to how to fix this?