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Topic # 228950 31-Jan-2018 14:24
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Having just spent an hour making a draft for a post I find that a copy and paste option is not available, or is there more to it than that??


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  Reply # 1949310 31-Jan-2018 14:27
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Not sure what your client is, or what add-on you have or not but Copy and Paste works just fine. 

 

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  Reply # 1949317 31-Jan-2018 14:35
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I copied from MS word also MS works but paste opp did not show when right clicking on intended forum page


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1949320 31-Jan-2018 14:39
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I know this isn't DIRECTLY related, but I can tell you that ClipboardFusion is the best Clipboard management tool I have come across. We LOVE it.


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  Reply # 1949325 31-Jan-2018 14:46
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Works fine for me in all my browsers following your workflow.  Are you using the quick reply editor or the full editor? And what plugins are active in your browser?


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  Reply # 1949329 31-Jan-2018 14:50
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Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C, then Ctrl + V

 

Works for me when the option doesn't show up on a right mouse click. 





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  Reply # 1949331 31-Jan-2018 14:55
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I'm using Firefox on Linux. 

 

If I right click in the quick reply dialog text area where there is no text, I get the standard web page "save page as... view page source" rather than text editing

 

If I type some text and then "right click" I get the "Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste... menu"

 

 

 

So to the OP:  Type some text into the box, select it and then right click your mouse.

 

Or use keyboard command CTRL+V or SHIFT+Insert to paste

 

 




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  Reply # 1949333 31-Jan-2018 14:58
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Thanks I just tried the keyboard short cuts and they worked fine thanks to you all


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  Reply # 1949507 31-Jan-2018 17:06
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scuwp: Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C, then Ctrl + V ...

 

Stick with the 'Ctrl +' key combo.

 

Don't do the very old school Shift + Insert/Delete. They don't mix.


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  Reply # 1949534 31-Jan-2018 17:44
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scuwp:

Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C, then Ctrl + V


Works for me when the option doesn't show up on a right mouse click. 


I looked at the topic heading and thought it should have been called ^c ^v
Copy and paste have always worked ok for me in gz.




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  Reply # 1949580 31-Jan-2018 19:02
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IcI:

 

scuwp: Use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C, then Ctrl + V ...

 

Stick with the 'Ctrl +' key combo.

 

Don't do the very old school Shift + Insert/Delete. They don't mix.

 

I use shift-ins most of the time while rapidly or repeatedly entering lots of data for speed.  Left shift with left hand then right hand easily finds insert (esp when next action is to grab the mouse) which is a bit easier than right pinky on the smaller right ctrl key plus left index on v


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