Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: xclipboard 1.1.3
The xcutsel program is used to copy the current selection into a cut buffer and to make a selection that contains the current contents of the cut buffer. It acts as a bridge between applications that don't support selections and those that do.
By default, xcutsel will use the selection named PRIMARY and the cut buffer CUT_BUFFER0. Either or both of these can be overridden by command line arguments or by resources.
An xcutsel window has the following buttons:
The button labels reflect the selection and cutbuffer selected by command line options or through the resource database.
When the ``copy 0 to PRIMARY button is activated, the button will remain inverted as long as xcutsel'' remains the owner of the selection. This serves to remind you which client owns the current selection. Note that the value of the selection remains constant; if the cutbuffer is changed, you must again activate the copy button to retrieve the new value when desired.
Xcutsel accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options as well as the following:
This program accepts all of the standard X Toolkit resource names and classes as well as:
The following instance names may be used when user configuration of the labels in them is desired:
Ralph R. Swick, DEC/MIT Project Athena
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