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Re: Char 2208 mixed with char 32

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Char 2208 mixed with char 32
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 11:12:58 +0100
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Am Freitag, 21. Dezember 2007 23:08 schrieben Sie:
> Andreas Röhler wrote:
> > It's gone after I deleted entry of
> >
> > `x-select-enable-clipboard' from custom-file.
> >
> > Without that: if it was enabled, inserting from X was
> > wrong, if disabled, copied string didn't go to
> > clipboard any more.
> >
> > From this I wouldn't conclude KDE the reason...
> The only thing that changes when you unset x-select-enable-clipboard, is
> that copy and yank between Emacs and other applications use the primary
> selection mechanism of X rather than the clipboard. So if the results of
> yanking differ, then the other application must be putting different
> text on the clipboard than what it has in its primary selection. If you
> search for [KHTML clipboard 0xA0], you'll find reports to that effect.
> Looking at the code for 3.5.5
> (http://websvn.kde.org/tags/KDE/3.5.5/kdelibs/khtml/khtml_ext.cpp), the
> bug has been fixed in KHTML, but there is an "extensionProxy" mechanism
> that allows applications to override KHTML's behaviour, so I wonder if
> KMail uses that and therefore does not get the benefit of the bug fix.

Thanks for the hint.

As it works now for me (somehow...), I won't dig further into that matter now.

Just for the curious this link about recent discussions:


Should someone else report that kind of problem, we
should go on certainly.

Thanks again

Andreas Röhler

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