Thank you very much for your message.
I can do it.
>You can try this.
>quartz-wm also provides the pasteboard integration that allows text copying between windows. For example, you can copy text >from a Terminal session to an xterm window running under X11. Note that because the key mappings differ between the two >environments, you need to use the UNIX equivalents for text manipulation on the X11 side. Command-C copies selected text in >both Mac OS X and xterm. But while Command-V pastes in Mac OS X, in X11 the paste key sequence differs across applications. >For example, in xterm you use Option-Click to paste the buffer contents into the current xterm window. This simulates clicking >with the middle mouse button held down; UNIX systems typically have multi-button mice. Other X11 applications may behave >differently.
On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Kenji <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I want to input design.mat using the copy/paste commands from text file.
Using the copy/paste button, content written in 'paste window' can paste in
text file (see attached), but the opposite is impossible on Mac10.5.
My friend use CentOS and the opposite is possible(i.e, content written in
text file can paste in 'Paste Window').
How can I paste in 'Paste Window' from textfile on Mac ?
Should I modify featlib.tcl (in fsl/src/feat5/)?