"In X10, "cut buffers" were introduced."
- (WTF) What the X10 is? (hyperlink should be added) MentalMutant (talk) 15:50, 20 December 2015 (UTC)
- See e.g. wikipedia:X Window System#Origin and early development (unfortunately does not mention "cut buffers", so can't be used as a reference). -- Lahwaacz (talk) 16:01, 20 December 2015 (UTC)
- As of this writing, there is wikipedia:X_Window_selection#Cut_buffers. It does not mention X10, as far as I can tell. Regid (talk) 23:21, 24 October 2022 (UTC)
In some cases?
Used for the currently selected text, even if it is not explicitly copied, and for middle-mouse-click pasting. In some cases, pasting is also possible with a keyboard shortcut.
- What is "some"? Can someone please give some pointers or some examples, it felt too vague, I think we should either remove that statement or give some explanation rather than leaving it hanging. Pickfire (talk) 15:12, 31 July 2020 (UTC)
- "In some cases" means the same thing as "not in all cases". It does not work simply if the program (or the used GUI toolkit) does not have a shortcut for it. There is nothing as standard as
Ctrl+C(see Keyboard shortcuts for details) so I guess the sentence will always seem vague. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 15:41, 31 July 2020 (UTC)
- The "Clipboard" project I added to the Managers section claims to be easy-to-use yet offers some advanced features. In the first way, it could be put in the Tools section because it can be used as simply as the others there, and users wouldn't know otherwise. However, those advanced features also make it a candidate for the Managers section which has more advanced projects in it. Should it also be in the Tools section or is Managers the only appropriate spot for it?
Additionally, the project name is technically "Clipboard by Jackson Huff" but is listed on GitHub as "Clipboard" and is referenced only as that in the docs. Which name should it go under in the wiki? Zeriscape (talk) 01:05, 14 March 2023 (UTC)