user8368 wrote:I removed LB and its configuration and started fresh. So far, the problem hasn't come back.
bigcloits wrote:1. copy “Apples”
2. invoke clipboard history, it will show “Apples” as the most recent item
3. copy “Oranges”
4. invoke clipboard history, it will show “Oranges” as the most recent item, and “Apples” as the second, as expected
These steps reproduce clipboard history failure:
1. copy “Apples” and do NOT yet invoke clipboard history
2. copy “Oranges”
3. invoke clipboard history, which now shows oranges ONLY: “Apples” is gone, even though it was definitely copied
In other words, clipboard history is behaving when closely observed… but is entirely non-functional if you simply copy multiple items in a row. So every time I tried to figure out what was going on, I would of course CHECK the clipboard history after copying, which actually prevented the problem I was looking for. No wonder I was confused!
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