Thanks Scott,


On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 22:26, Scott Klement wrote:
> Just highlight the text you want to copy with the mouse, then switch to
> the appropriate window and press the middle mouse button to paste.
> Technically, this is a feature of xterm, not of tn5250... but it works.
> The Windows and GTK versions of TN5250 have more full-featured copy/paste
> functions (and they're actually features of TN5250!)
> There's also the patch that Marek recently posted.  That adds copy/paste
> functionality to tn5250 as well -- though I haven't tried it.  I have
> a feeling that it only allows copy/paste to other tn5250 sessions.
> On Thu, 2 Oct 2003, Joel Cochran wrote:
> >
> > Sorry if this is an easy one, but in xt5250 can I copy screen contents
> > to paste in another X window, like e-mail or a text editor?
> >
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