copy and paste using speakup?
janina at rednote.net
Mon Sep 27 18:37:40 UTC 2004
It works perfectly well.
The fact that it says "cut" only means that the software's author mis
used the English language. It's not cutting anything, it's copying.
You need to use Insert plus that same key to paste.
Brent Harding writes:
> Is there an easy way to copy and paste part of previous lines in to the
> commandline with speakup? I tried the numpad / with numlock off at the
> beginning of the part I want to copy, then hit it again at the end, typed in
> the paste command thing, and it didn't work. I'm trying to use it on a scifi
> mud where you have to type in long coordinates after you use a scan command
> to find what you're looking for. I normally play with standard telnet, but I
> thought speakup has a copy function, but it actually says cut, which
> probably messes things up.
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