Is there a way to use the Windows clipboard ?

(fve) #1

Hallo,

I found some questions about it but so far no answers.

Can anybody give me a hint?

Thanks

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(patricia3d) #2

What I do, I open Notepad with full window clipboard capability and the save the file as .py
I open that .py in the Blender, and If any error comes, I don’t change in Blender’s Text window, but in the notepad, save, and in Blender’s Text Editor, reopen.
You can say I use notepad as Python Editor.

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(Deckard) #3

You can paste text from Windows clipboard into Blender’s Text Editor with:
SHIFT-CTRL-V

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(fve) #4

Yes KKrawal, that is axactly what I have been doing up till now.
I was just hoping there is a nicer way you know.

I thought maybe there is some 3rd party clipboard ‘‘manager’’ or something like that.

greetings

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(fve) #5

ah !!!

Deaky thank you.

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(fve) #6

ctrl-shift-C to copy works as well!

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(jms) #7

In the help menu, there is an hotkeys reference with a search function.
You could enter “clipboard” to get the same answer.

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(fve) #8

me dummy.

should have looked there.

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(enhzflep) #9

Notepad++ is well worth a look as an alternative to Notepad, since it syntax highlights python and about a gazillion other languages(you can add your own syntax highlighting scheme if your language of choice isn’t supported - e.g scripting language for insert_game_name_here). It’s free of course, & you can find it here:
http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/download.php

with some screen-shots being here:
http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/screenshots.php

Simon.

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(fve) #10

Thanks very much Simon.

Frans.

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