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Old 04-26-2010, 11:30 PM   #1
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LXer: How to Use KDEís Clipboard and Klipper App


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The clipboard is one of the oldest and most important features of desktop computing. With it, you can temporarily store pictures, images, and even file information in the systemís memory, and then copy or move that information to a new destination. KDE has an advanced clipboard system, largely due to a small program called Klipper, which can store more than one piece of data. KDE also has the ability to copy and move files with copying and pasting, and automatic creation of files using clipboard data.

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