<slightly OT> Linux Counter updated!!
Cybe R. Wizard
cyber_wizard at mindspring.com
Wed Sep 21 18:40:22 UTC 2011
On Wed, 21 Sep 2011 16:21:10 +0200
Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
> There are two separate clipboard buffers (at least when you use KDE).
> One is used with Crtl-C or right-click -> copy and then Ctrl-V or
> right- click -> insert (or whatever it is called in the menu). The
> other buffer is used by highlighting and middle-click.
Don't they both do the same thing? If you are used to the long version
copy, isn't your material already copied to the highlight, middle
click buffer by the time you use your copying via keyboard 'shortcut?'
What is the point of having two clipboard buffers for the same thing?
Is it just for the GNUbies moving from that /other/ OS so that they
can still do as they are used to doing?
If such is the case, are we not better off teaching instead of making
Linux into a clone of Winduhs?
(can you say, "Ctrl, Alt, Delete?")
Cybe R. Wizard -longs for a truly /different/ OS
When Windows are opened the bugs come in.
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