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mouse-center-yanks: preference variable

Default value: 0

This variable controls the action of the center mouse button, when that button is bound to the mouse-center command as it usually is. A value of 0, the default, means the button pans, by calling the mouse-pan command. A value of 1 means the button yanks text from a kill buffer or clipboard by calling mouse-yank. A value of 2 makes Epsilon yank under Unix, and pan in other environments. For the preceding values, holding down Shift when clicking always produces yanking instead of panning. A value of 3 makes Epsilon ignore pressing the center button.

More info:

Mouse Support (General)
Customizing the Mouse
mouse-center



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