Re: X question
Steve Cooper wrote:
> The only issue I have with the X behavior is that I can't
> figure out to efficiently perform a replacement paste. E.g.
> If you want to paste a URL into a browser in Windoze you'd
> select the current URL and paste over it.
> In X once you select the text you want to replace it
> becomes the new copied text. I had some success using
> gclipper, because it allowed me to access a stack of copied
> text items. Is there a better way?
Most browsers in linux have a shortcut to open a dialog box that prompts
for a location-- Ctrl-L in Mozilla, or Ctrl-O in Konqueror. I find
using these easier than pasting url's directly into the
address/location/whatever box in the main window.