Re: Gnome 3 keybindings in source ? Where are ctrl-c ? (cut, copy and paste) defined?

16.01.2017, 13:47, mait wrote:
You said you wanted Ctrl-C to do a "copy".  That is an executable.

There hardly was any kind of ambiguity there. The Ctrl-C copies selected text to clipboard on most systems, so one should understand it by context. By the way, there usually even isn't a copy command on *nix systems, it is named cp instead.

-- Iiro Laiho

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