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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Variable Reference >

clipboard-access: preference variable

Default value: 1

If this variable is non-zero, all commands that put text on the kill ring will also try to copy the text to the MS-Windows or X11 clipboard. Similarly, the yank command will retrieve any new text from the clipboard before retrieving text from Epsilon's kill ring if this variable is nonzero.

If you're running Epsilon for Unix as a console program, Epsilon ignores the clipboard, just as if this variable were zero.

During a keyboard macro Epsilon also ignores the clipboard contents. Use the insert-clipboard or copy-to-clipboard commands if you want to access the clipboard from a keyboard macro. Or set clipboard-access to 2, forcing Epsilon to use the clipboard even in a keyboard macro.

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Clipboard Access
yank



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