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How can I get the mouse to work with cut and paste in pine 4.21
it works when i downgrade to 4.10
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wonder if the configuration defaults such as 'enable-mouse-in-xterm' matters or not. to access this directive, 's', then 'c' from MAIN menu.
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No I have enabled mouse-in xterm
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Use shift together with mouse click.
or, remove enable-mouse-in-xterm from .pinerc
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