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Description: Copy files in WB with Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V
Download: wbcopynpaste.lha
Version: 1.0
Date: 06 Dec 2009
Category: utility/workbench
FileID: 5189
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Comment by: retro ( 09 May 2018, 23:59File version: 1.0
is it posible to make an compy app thing so wee can lets say,
press A-key and c and then push lets say A-key and x and then you can copy more so you have more copyed.so when you pase you pres A-key v and for the multiplay copy you just press v one more time, so you can many copy's for the clip board
Comment by: jaokim ( 23 Dec 2009, 18:23File version: 1.0
I think that is due to the settings in FKey. Try activating "Passthrough keypresses", or something. I thought I included that in the doc, but I might have forgotten about it.
Comment by: spot ( 09 Dec 2009, 15:33File version: 1.0
i tried this. i like the idea. but when i try ramiga+c and ramiga+c in ced, they don't work anymore..

could this be fixed to only apply to the workbench itself in some way?
Comment by: jaokim ( 07 Dec 2009, 17:52File version: 1.0
I did not know about the Right-Amiga key. I have tried a few combinations, and Right-Amiga only made the mouse lock in either horisontal or vertical, but it does copy the files aswell, I see now.

Anyhow, the script works a little bit different, you don't have to drag and drop the files, just Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V them.
Comment by: Unimon ( 07 Dec 2009, 12:20File version: 1.0
Not all keyboards work correctly. I have 2 cordeless keyboard/mouse and with one of it the "amigakey" (known as windowskey)doesn't work. I thought first it was because of a compatibility but not. It's really a keyboard problem. So, for me it is a good and interesting solution instead of juggling with key combinations.
Comment by: ZeroG ( 07 Dec 2009, 09:26File version: 1.0
> Copy files from one dir to another (on same disk) in Workbench with only a keypress.

What's wrong with simply holding the right amigakey before you release the left mousebutton?

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