On 12/16/2015 10:30 AM, Sudhir Khanger wrote:
On Wednesday 16 Dec 2015 10:07:23 AM Patrick Boutilier wrote:
> I guess you could go back later to the clipboard and select the entry.
If its not copied via Ctrl+C or one of the keyboard shortcuts, it is also not
available to paste. I will just be shown in clipboard manager history.
It becomes available for you to paste via Ctrl+V if history changes and you
select this entry via mouse in the Clipboard manager. If you select something
it will be shown in the list and if you click on this same entry it will not
be available for paste via keyboard shortcut. Clipboard history has to change
for it to be available to paste via keyboard shortcut.
Yup, that is weird. Contents don't actually have to change though. If
you click another entry with the mouse and then the newly created entry
it will be available to paste.
If all selections are saved in clipboard history then a secret information
like passwords also end up in an unencrypted plain text file.
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