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bug#23629: 25.0.94; Calc: Yanking with mouse-2 does not use X primary se
bug#23629: 25.0.94; Calc: Yanking with mouse-2 does not use X primary selection/clipboard
Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:06:39 +0100
On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 11:26 AM, Tino Calancha <address@hidden> wrote:
> Bastian Beischer <address@hidden> writes:
> > I have customized 'select-enable-primary' to 't' and I'm using it to
> > paste the X primary selection with 'mouse-2' often. This invokes
> > mouse-yank-primary and that works fine.
> > It does not work well in calc, though. In calc mouse-2 is bound to
> > calc-yank, which takes the thing to be yanked from the kill-ring.
> > To reproduce:
> > 1) emacs -Q
> > 2) M-x calc
> > 3) Select a number in some other X window (xterm for example) with the
> > mouse
> > 4) Go back to emacs *calc* buffer and press mouse-2.
> Hi Bastian,
> In addition to customize select-enable-primary to t, as you do,
> i also like to set select-enable-clipboard to nil. Then, the kill-ring
> uses the primary selection, i.e., `calc-yank' pastes the same text
> as `mouse-yank-primary' or `yank'.
I didn't check whether this works as you describe in calc, but I don't
want to set "select-enable-clipboard" to "nil". I'm using it to move
things in and out of the clipboard in other buffers.
Thanks for your comment, though :-)