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Old 8th March 2011, 11:02 PM
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FC13 need multi cut/paste - what happened to Glipper / Klipper ?

There used to be a utility so you could have multiple cut and pastes.

Now it looks like they are all gone ?

I tried to use yum to install Glipper and Klipper, but they are apparently no longer in yum. I made a manual attempt to compile Glipper from source, but there appears to be no way to launch it.

the program "clipper" was installed by yum, but there appears to be no way to launch that either.



How to get a working clipboard manager going in FC13 ?

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