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bug#6689: 24.0.50; No primary selection


From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: bug#6689: 24.0.50; No primary selection
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2010 18:47:46 +0300

> From: "Drew Adams" <address@hidden>
> Cc: <address@hidden>, <address@hidden>
> Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2010 07:57:26 -0700
> 
> Here again is the one for this bug report (#6689):
> 
> > emacs -Q
> >
> > In another Emacs session, select some text in any way
> > and hit `M-w'.
> >
> > Click mouse-2 in the new Emacs session.  You get the
> > error "No primary selection".  For example, try to yank the
> > text into the prompt at `report-emacs-bug' using mouse-2.
> > Note: C-y works, but mouse-2 does not work.

This bug should now be fixed (revno 101080).

If the cure turns out to be worse than the disease, please reopen this
bug.  If, OTOH, there are other issues with selections and cut/paste
on Windows due to the latest changes, please submit separate bug
reports.

> Here's the other original report (#6694) recipe (again):
> 
> > I click mouse-1 at the left of some text and then
> > mouse-3 at the right of it, to select it (a Lisp symbol).
> > Then I try to yank it using `mouse-2':
> > 
> > Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument
> > char-or-string-p #<buffer throw-x-at-pt.el>)
> > mouse-yank-primary((mouse-2 (#<window 8 on throw-x-at-pt.el>
> > 4906 (392 . 488) 12477031 nil 4906 (49 . 33) nil (224 . 9)
> > (8 . 14))))
> >  call-interactively(mouse-yank-primary nil nil)
> >
> > Yanking it with C-y works OK.  So the problem is not with
> > what was copied but with `mouse-yank-primary'.
> 
> I amended that within a couple of minutes as follows:
> 
> > Correction: Clicking mouse-1, then mouse-3 apparently
> > does *not* copy the selection to the kill ring....
> > Without M-w, C-y doesn't work either (after selecting using
> > mouse-1, 3).

This bug was already fixed and Chong closed it.





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