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Re: How to cut and paste in emacs editor without special character inter


From: gnuist
Subject: Re: How to cut and paste in emacs editor without special character interpretation, ie raw mode
Date: 27 Sep 2002 09:40:09 -0700

address@hidden (gnuist) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> I can copy and paste in notepad without problem.
> I can copy and paste in vi or vim without problem.
> I can copy and paste in emacs with problem. It interprets some characters.
> Is there a way to paste in a raw mode where it does not interpret any
> character?
> The problems are incomplete paste, deletion, cursor jumps.

Let me add some more info since no applicable help has arrived as yet.

The emacs or vi is running in an xterm window in microsoft.
Emacs can also be ran in its own window if -nw is not used.
The pasting to the emacs in its own window can be done by C-y after
C-c in say internet explorer. This is not as problematic.
The pasting to the emacs or vi in xterm window in microsoft can be
done by mouse activated paste. The vi gives absolutely no problem but
pasting to emacs is problematic.

A few threads below the following reply was given. That is to paste 
to emacs in its own window and that is where I got this clue.

Note, my emacs is running on a linuxbox accessed via an xterm client
in windows. I believe it is not the Xterm client program problem since
vi gives no problem at all in the very same environment.

I need to turn off all or some special characters off or go to some
ISO
character set. This is because after a C-y in emacs in its own window
it
did ask me if to use some ISO-???? characters upon saving.

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"Bingham, Jay" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
I assume that you are running emacs on a PC under Windows,  not that
it matters in this case, but it might the next time you ask a
question.

After getting the text in the clipboard, switch to emacs and use the
standard yank from kill ring command, i.e. C-y.                       
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-----Original Message-----
From: Micki Fox [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 2:14 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: inserting text from elsewhere


How do I insert text from another program, i.e. MS notepad, into
emacs.

So in any other program I copy what I want and paste it from the
Windows' clipboard...(I think you get it)

Thanks so much for your help!


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