How can I paste a command into the command line of CLI?

Asked by tellapu on 2012-01-14

In the "normal" terminal of Ubuntu you can paste a command with ctrl-shift-v. Is something like that possible. Especially if I want to copy a command from a homepage. Thx.

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2012-01-27
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2012-01-27
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2012-01-26
Duane Hinnen (duanedesign) said : #1

you cab right-click and paste into the terminal. if you are looking to copy and paste a command from the dictionary(command list) into the Terminal I do not think we have that functionality yet.

Something we need i think,

are familiar with opening a bug? i think this is bug worthy so the developers can work on this.

If you can not open a bug let me know and i will help

tellapu (tellapu) said : #2

The "bug" report is done.
I just realized that in the newer versions of CLI companion my initial question (ctrl-shift-v) is now implemented.
Cheers!

Duane Hinnen (duanedesign) said : #3

tellapu (tellapu) - keep us posted on this and how it works in your workflow.
Thanks!!
duanedesign

tellapu (tellapu) said : #4

Hi Duane! Thanks, still works fine and fits in the workflow. Cheers.