Re: Good terminal emulator, editor, for cutting and pasting
From: Ori (oridean_at_rogers-dot.com)
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2003 02:12:39 GMT
> Dear experts,
> I'm using Redhat Advanced server 2.1
> I hate to have to ask such a dumb question.
> And I'm not looking to start any religious wars.
> But of all the things that I do in computers, cutting
> and pasting is by far the most common thing.
> I'd like to find two things:
> - a good terminal emulator
> - a good editor
> The main thing that these two apps need to do
> is to cooperate cutting and pasting. When I
> copy in one, I can paste into the other. The whole
> idea is to keep track of -exactly- what I did.
> Currently, I'm using
> gedit-0.9.4-6 and
> The terminal is the default terminal that is in
> the taskbar.
> The problem with these two is that I can't cut
> and paste between the two. When I block in
> the terminal, it is supposed to copy into the
> clipboard buffer. However, when I go to paste
> into the editor, it only pastes the previous
> thing from the document. And, I can't copy from
> the document, into the terminal.
yes you can - at least it works for me.
In the terminal, use ctrl+shift+c or ctrl+shift+v for copy and paste.
Or highlight the text and middle-click.