On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Glynn Clements wrote:
Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Note that you probably don't want to set
> `interprogram-paste-function' to nil.
Yes you do.
Otherwise, C-y will always paste from the clipboard rather than the
kill-ring, and will signal an error if there is nothing on the
Either both variables should be at their default settings, or both
should be set to nil.
Also, I'm wondering if eXceed is running a clipboard manager. That
will make "cut" operations significantly more expensive, as the data
will be automatically "pasted" on every cut.
Yes, it would be, unless the user had configured it away from the
default mode of operation.
Every X server that runs under Win32 I ever met, Exceed included,
defaulted to a "shared clipboard" model. This means that when you stick
something in the X clipboard, it's in the Win32 clipboard, and
The only sane way to do this, of course, would be to run a clipboard
manager at the server side and copy the content from the client every
 ...or the users version behaves differently from the last version
that I used, around a year ago now.
 As part of your server process, effectively, at least for X-Win32.
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