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Copying/Pasting With Windows 10 Bash
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Helpful hint: to copy something from the Windows clipboard to bash on Windows 10, just right click in bash (you need to be in INSERT mode in vim for this to work) and the text will immediately be copied. To copy text from bash to the clipboard, just highlight the text you want with your cursor and then right click.

Saves a lot of time.
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In a pure linux subsystem, shift-ctl-c copies from a terminal window and shift-ctl-v pastes. Does that work in Windows 10 Bash?

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(09-02-2017, 12:40 PM)lusth Wrote: In a pure linux subsystem, shift-ctl-c copies from a terminal window and shift-ctl-v pastes. Does that work in Windows 10 Bash?

Remember, the mouse is evil.

Yeah that's the problem of not being in a pure Linux system. Shift Ctrl C and V don't seem to work in Windows 10 bash.
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