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Clipboard manager by default in Fedora 12



Oops, I meant Fedora 12 when I wrote this:

> I don't think that would count as a feature, and it isn't one. It's
> basically a program every system should have (in my opinion).
> The Gnome clipboard isn't working great. I often get complaints from new
> users I introduce to Fedora that their clipboard content was lost when
> they closed Firefox, or something similar. And it's true, I don't trust
> the default Gnome Copy&Paste to keep anything in it when I'm not running
> a clipboard manager and don't close any apps "just in case".
> 
> It would be really nice to have a clipboard manager by default on the
> Live CD (GNOME and XFCE, KDE already has klipper).
> When I look in the repos for available clipboard managers, I see
> glipper, parcellite and the XFCE plugin (xfce4-clipman-plugin).
> glipper is 111 k, and parcellite is 114, so it shouldn't be a difference
> of size. I personally would recommend parcellite, because it's pretty
> lightweight and works good (and I use it myself :D).
> What do you think about that? 
> I think this would improve the user experience and add functionality to
> the desktop.

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