Re: Dolphin cannot paste file into directory

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On 7/3/22 12:34 AM, Mattia Verga wrote:
Il 02/07/22 18:07, Emmett Culley ha scritto:
Not sure how long this has not been possible in dolphin.  I first noticed it a few days ago and assumed it was a configuratinn issue.

Today I attemted to fix it and found no way to do it.  The context menu choices do not include paste actions.  For now I am using Duplicate here as a work around.

I am a recently updated Fedora 36 workstation.

Any ideas on how to proceed?


I cannot reproduce the problem. The paste action only shows when there's
something in the clipboard and you have write privileges. Does CTRL-C /
CTRL-V work? Are you sure you have write privileges in the directory
you're trying to write to? When you CTRL-C a file, does the klipper tray
icon show it in the chronology? What if you clean up the klipper
chronology and try to CTRL-C again?

I can repeat it every time.  Go to my home directory in dolphin, right click on a file and select copy, then right click in the file list, and no way to paste that copied file is in the context meu.  I use CopyQ and I do see that cop;y selection did get into the list.  The list shows file:///home/emmett/temp to be pasted.  If I paste that into a konsole command line I see that text.  Not sure what should happen in that case, but I suspect that is my issue.

I'll take a look at copyQ configuration.

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