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Re: cannot copy graphics to clipboad

--- On Mon, 2014/3/10, Jon TURNEY wrote:
> On 08/03/2014 10:31, Tatsuro MATSUOKA wrote:
> > I have build wxWidgets-2.8.12 on Cygwin_x86.
> > After that I have build gnuplot (4.6.5 and cvs) with wxt terminal.
> > 
> > On the plotting window of the terminal of gnuplot, there is a "copy to clipboad"
> > button. 
> > 
> > However, I clicked the button and tried to paste to Xfig working on Cygwin, nothing was pasted.
> > 
> > Cannot I use clipboard feature on Cygwin?
> I guess that you have built a version of gnuplot which uses native windows GUI
> (using wxWidgets), so the first problem is that the conversion between Windows
> and X11 clipboards only supports text clipboard contents, currently.
> I would think that if you were using the X11 version of gnuplot (available via
> cygwin's setup), you should be able to copy the gnuplot graph (using middle
> mouse button click) and paste it into other X11 programs.  But I can't find
> documentation that xfig supports pasting an image into an xfig drawing, so
> that may be a second problem.
The wxWidgets was built using the GTK-2 libraries on Cygwin_x86.  I guess GTK-2 bases on Cygwin_x86 uses the Cygwin -X libraries. So I think my build gnuplot is Cygwin native.

What is recommended program to confirm thar graph is copied to clipboard?

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