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[pgAdmin III] #337: Ctrl-C in edit broken under Windows

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Subject: [pgAdmin III] #337: Ctrl-C in edit broken under Windows
Date: 2011-08-30 16:22:15
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#337: Ctrl-C in edit broken under Windows
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 Reporter:  brsa     |       Owner:  dpage  
     Type:  bug      |      Status:  new    
 Priority:  minor    |   Milestone:         
Component:  pgadmin  |     Version:  trunk  
 Keywords:           |    Platform:  windows
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 When copying with Ctrl-C the _original_ state of the textbox is copied
 instead of the actual selection.
 However, chosing "Copy" from the context menu works as expected.

 This bug has been around for a long time. At least since v1.12.

 I am testing on windows XP Pro and this may be specific to Windows or
 Windows XP, as Guillaume could not reproduce it on Linux.

 There is a thread concerning this one in -hackers:
 http://archives.postgresql.org/pgadmin-hackers/2011-04/msg00195.php


 Steps to reproduce:

 Pick any text filed in the edit grid.
 Enter edit mode
 Select a part of the field OR edit and select any part.
 Paste anywhere inside pgAdmin or in another program
 -> The whole text field in its initial state has been copied instead of
 the selection.

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Ticket URL: <http://code.pgadmin.org/trac/ticket/337>
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