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OSX: Interprogram cut/paste issues /// "No overlay corresponding to CLIP
OSX: Interprogram cut/paste issues /// "No overlay corresponding to CLIPBOARD selection"
Thu, 28 Apr 2005 20:47:46 +0100
the recent changes to the clipboard handling routines (on OS X) left me
struggling to get back to normal behavior. There seems to be a bug re
copying from other applications:
- select / copy text in Mail (or wherever) into the clipboard
- switch to emacs, select and deselect some text
- try to paste.
either it'll paste some old clipboard content, or it'll say that the
killring is empty.
My settings are appended below - the interprogram-X-function stuff is
necessary so it won't copy the region to the clipboard, but the bug is
reproducible either way.
Furthermore, I often get a "mouse-sel-selection-overlay: No overlay
corresponding to CLIPBOARD selection" error when I try close a frame
with the mouse (the window closer). The frame stays up.
Not sure where that is coming from.
The message appears in a different window (than the one displayed in
the frame to be closed), and it seems to only occur with some frames
and is not tied to their mode / buffer / dedicated-ness.
;; reset interprogram-cut-function etc to original values
(setq interprogram-cut-function 'x-select-text
;; (setq mouse-sel-default-bindings 'interprogram-cut-paste)
(global-set-key [(shift down-mouse-1)] 'mouse-extend)
(setq cua-use-hyper-key 'only) ;;this avoids shift-return
;; (require 'cua-base) ;autoload
(cua-mode 1) ;; turns on transient-mark-mode
(setq cua-enable-cua-keys nil)
(setq cua-keep-region-after-copy t)
(setq mouse-sel-leave-point-near-mouse t)
also, x-select-enable-clipboard is t.
- OSX: Interprogram cut/paste issues /// "No overlay corresponding to CLIPBOARD selection",
David Reitter <=