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?