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2014-02-05 18:34:23 +0100 answered a question Copying text modifies my documents

Confirmed, this bug is due to xfce4-clipman.

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2014-01-30 12:38:50 +0100 commented answer Copying text modifies my documents

Yes, I use xfce4-clipman as clipboard manager in Openbox. I'll try to replace it later, once I'm at home. Hope it solves the problem. Thank you.

2014-01-29 10:34:00 +0100 commented answer Copying text modifies my documents

I'm using Arch x86_64 and have installed Openbox from the official repositories. Settings in those sections are the same in KDE and Openbox.

2014-01-29 10:28:20 +0100 commented question Copying text modifies my documents

I'm using LO 4.1.4.2. Yes, this has always happened since I first installed Openbox some months ago. Same version for Windows and KDE (in KDE I installed the whole libreoffice group, though, while in Openbox I skipped libreoffice-kde4. However, I don't think this should be the problem). Openbox and KDE are in the same machine, but they are in separate partitions (and both of them have access to my data partition).

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2014-01-28 19:54:12 +0100 asked a question Copying text modifies my documents

This issue happens when I use LibreOffice on Openbox, not on Windows, not on KDE (have not tested it on other environments).

Say I open an odt with Writer. If I select some text and then press ctrl+c, selected text is copied to the clipboard (as it's supposed to be), but document gets modified (if I close it, Writer asks me to save before exit). No actual modifications are made, though. I have not changed the original behaviour of ctrl+c in my ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml (actually, text is successfully copied).

Any ideas?