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Re: OSX: Interprogram cut/paste issues ///

From: David Reitter
Subject: Re: OSX: Interprogram cut/paste issues ///
Date: Tue, 3 May 2005 11:38:36 +0100

On 3 May 2005, at 02:28, YAMAMOTO Mitsuharu wrote:

How about using the definition similar to clipboard-yank?

(defun clipboard-cua-paste (arg)
  (interactive "P")
  (let ((x-select-enable-clipboard t))
    (cua-paste arg)))

(define-key cua-global-keymap [remap clipboard-yank] 'clipboard-cua-paste)

That, actually, gets the job done. Thanks. One needs to do (cua-paste) instead of (cua-paste arg) though. One would probably want to do that for copy, too, so that stuff like cua-keep-region-after-copy is respected.

I assume clipboard-cua-paste will find it's way into cua-mode then?

I think somehow one would have to ensure that all these configuration settings (or shall I say hacks?) have a life-time that is more than a few months. It is extremely difficult to get things right - I accept that I'm shooting at a moving target, which is why a stable release would be so important for OS X users.

Also, I still have the "No overlay corresponding..." error when
trying to close a frame with the mouse.

This error occurs even on X11 when x-select-enable-clipboard is set to
t.  As I said earlier, it seems that mouse-sel is primarily designed
to use PRIMARY and SECONDARY selections.  For what features are you
trying to use mouse-sel?

Stuff like mouse-extend mainly. But I noticed that it's enough to just (require 'mouse-sel), but not activate the mode - so that's what I'm doing now. That's obviously a workaround, not a fix...

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