Re: terminal with right-click = paste?
- Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2019 02:34:41 -0400
- From: Lee <ler762@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: terminal with right-click = paste?
On 4/11/19, Peter Wiersig wrote:
> Lee writes:
>> But again.. wow. And not in a good way. Install putty on debian, run
>> putty, right click on the putty menu bar (title bar?) and the menu is
>> lacking _anything_ to do with how putty behaves.
> I never tried PuTTY on linux, but I also grew up with X so middle mouse
> paste is my default operandus.
> Under Windows the menu is also available with Ctrl-Rightclick in PuTTY,
> maybe that behaves the same?
Yes, as I found out a short while ago, both ctrl-leftclick and
ctrl-rightclick _inside_ the putty window opens up a putty menu.
> Under Linux a right click on the titlebar is window manager dependant
> behaviour (same as with windows, but PuTTY hooks into MS API).
>> Not being able to change things on the fly with the
>> debian version of putty is .. disappointing at best.
> I only saw screenshots of linux PuTTY but the settings menu was featured
> in the Gnome Desktop screenshot.
Yes, it's there. It's a fail on my part - I use the keyboard or I use
the mouse. I haven't held a key down while clicking the mouse in such
a long time that it didn't even occur to me to try holding down
ctrl/alt/shift keys while clicking inside the putty window