Am 25.11.2015 um 16:01 schrieb Neal Becker:
Sudhir Khanger wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 Nov 2015 9:55:39 PM Reindl Harald wrote:
>> no i don't and i have treid all sort of combinations for the case some
>> checkbox does the opposite than the label says
> There's definitely some buggy behavior.
> I would disable Clipboard widget from system tray settings (General>Extra
> Items>Clipboard uncheck). And I would install CopyQ from the repos. In its
> Preference>General>Clipboard Manipulation you can set the way you want it.
> Klipper/Clipboard-widget is a huge no for Chrome users so CopyQ comes very
CopyQ looks interesting, but how do you get it to not always be hidden under
the 'hidden icons' of the tray?
the same idiotic behavior - anything i select with the mouse goes
directly into the clipboard and so a "select and CTRL+V" does nothing
else than overwrite the clipboard with the selcetion you wanted to
overwrite *with the clipboard content*