Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Mon Jul 25 09:48:24 UTC 2005
Yes, screen is included.
I never use it as I just open as many terminals as i need and use
speakup's copy feature.
On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Chris Norman wrote:
> Cheers, that's sounds like something I could use, does screen come as part of
> the Speakup modified Fedora distrobution?
> Chris Norman.
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>>> There is also a way using the screen program, but I have been so spoiled
>>> by the feature in speakup that I can't remember how to use it.
>> You press ctrl+a,[ to start the function. You place the cursor at the
>> beginning of the text to be copied and pless `space'. Then you place your
>> cursor at the end of the text to be copied and press `space' again. This
>> has selected and copied the text into a buffer....
>> To paste it: you place the cursor (in the same doc or in a different
>> window/screen) and press ctrl+a,] .
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