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Post subject: Eclipse: Ctrl C don't copy selected text  PostPosted: 12.01.2011, 20:20



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I've installed Eclipse and, when i use it, combination keys Ctrl + c don't copy the selected text Shocked
Why?


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Post subject: RE: Eclipse: Ctrl C don  PostPosted: 13.01.2011, 08:00



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If I remember it right I think the culprit Klipper and it's functionality 'Prevent empty clipboard' ('Leere Zwischenablage vermeiden'), deactivate it and it should work in Eclipse.
 
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Post subject: Re: RE: Eclipse: Ctrl C don  PostPosted: 13.01.2011, 17:45



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      dkadioglu wrote:
If I remember it right I think the culprit Klipper and it's functionality 'Prevent empty clipboard' ('Leere Zwischenablage vermeiden'), deactivate it and it should work in Eclipse.


Thanks. I don't know Klipper, but i've removed clipman from panel and now Eclipse work right.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Eclipse: Ctrl C don  PostPosted: 13.01.2011, 18:02
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How about Ctrl+X problem? Is it also solved at the same time?
 
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Post subject: Re: RE: Re: RE: Eclipse: Ctrl C don  PostPosted: 13.01.2011, 20:26



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      muchan wrote:
How about Ctrl+X problem? Is it also solved at the same time?

Now, Ctrl X erase a void row after select it with shift + right arrow; the behavior remain different from Debian or Ubuntu, where Ctrl X erase a void line directly, without select it.
Thanks, this is a helpful forum.
 
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