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    was the klipper enabled and did it have a decent amount of historty items in the preferences section?

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    ".....was the klipper enabled...." <---- Yes. Again, I can copy....the problem is with files bigger than (so far what I have seen) 3k it truncates them.

    "...and did it have a decent amount of historty items in the preferences section?" <----- Yup, a bunch.

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    what version of linux are you using btw?

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    # uname -a
    Linux xXxX 2.4.19-4GB....

    SuSE 8.1

    KDE 3.0.5

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    it could just be a glitch with suse 8.1, I noticed a few when I had it installed, suse 8.2 seemed pretty good though.

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    So how many Kilobytes can you copy with your "k"lipboard?

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    I don't go by that, I just use ctrl x for cutting and ctrl c for copying and then ctrl v for pasting and have never been limited in any way doing this.
    you can also use right click and use that menu also

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