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Re: Makeing edit function more like win style

From: Ryan Bowman
Subject: Re: Makeing edit function more like win style
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 09:00:17 -0700 (PDT)

--- Kai Grossjohann <> wrote:
> writes:
> > That is, the same action that cuts and pasts from
> IE to notetab should
> > work from IE to emacs.  Currently I see no way at
> all to do simple cut
> > and paste from browser to emacs.
> So selecting text in IE, then hitting Ctrl-C there,
> then C-y in Emacs
> doesn't work?  And the middle mouse button doesn't
> work, either?
> I'm surprised.  I seem to recall from my last short
> stint at using
> Emacs on Windows that this worked.  Hm.
> Kai
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> Help-gnu-emacs mailing list

What you need to do is select the text in emacs first,
which puts it in the clipboard, then select the text
in  IE and you can then paste over the selected text
in emacs.


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