As said in the title I am unable to copy from vim to system clipboard. Viceversa works, copying from outside vim and pasting with p is ok. I have installed clipboard support, vim version is 7.3.429: ...
I am currently running the following two commands. \rm myfile vim myfile Then, i, to enter insert mode, and ctrl-shift-v to paste Basically I have text on my clipboard that I would like to copy ...
I had some trouble with copy-pasting text from vim in terminal to Google Docs (aka Drive) document (hereafter GDd) in FF browser (with Vimperator). Note: I have a file opened in Vim 7.2 in ...
On my mac I solved the problem this way: :set clipboard=unnamed On my debian I use the + clipboard: :set clipboard=unnamedplus However the methods above don't work on my Ubuntu 12.04 with Unity ...
I tried "+y and "*y but both doesn't seem to copy into the primary selection. Note that vim --version returns -clipboard. Not sure what this means. Also note that I'm running VIM in a terminal. So ...
If I use the first vim to copy a line (with yy), how do I paste to another terminal's vim (with p)? Is there any command or settings can do it? Can I copy and paste into the global system clipboard? ...