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Old 15th October 2013
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Default a copy-paste bug in opera 12.15 build 1748

Using NetBSD 6.1.2
Opera 12.15 build 1748 has a copy-paste bug .... can't paste anything
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Old 16th October 2013
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That's a known bug on all platforms (happened to me on FreeBSD). Sometimes it doesn't copy/paste, sometimes it crashes. Maybe this will fix it for you.

And you can always use the native X clipboard.
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Thanks
works fine too.
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