GPaste Reloaded

Last edited:
1 year ago 2018-09-19, 15:01 UTC
Last commit: [35accc12] Avoid passing xlet context to SignalManager (#1965)

A complete rewrite of the GPaste applet based on the Gnome Shell extension

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eblis-3 months ago
This has just stopped working in Linux Mint 19.1 :(
shidi-1 year ago
Funktioniert nicht unter ubuntu 16.04 mit cinnamon
Tim Abell
Tim Abell-1 year ago
Breaks your entire desktop with no path to fixing it. DO NOT INSTALL
moretocome-1 year ago
`sudo apt install gpaste gir1.2-gpaste-1.0` then it works. I just installed it :)
claudiux-1 year ago
Very usefull. But at install, it freezes Cinnamon. A force logout is necessary. At next login, it's working fine. (On Linux Mint 18.2 with Cinnamon 3.4.6.)
Zverko Veselic
Zverko Veselic-1 year ago
Wow. Adding this to the panel sends my Cinnamon into a death spiral. It crashes, restarts only to instantly crash again etc...
Een Edinson
Een Edinson-2 years ago
If you have "Gpaste is not installed" error when adding the applet to a panel even when you have gpaste already installed, you may also need to install gir1.2-gpaste-4.0 package. Somehow that package is not pulled when you install gpaste from repository.
Sam-2 years ago
What all packages are needed to get this running? The message just mentions gpaste, and I already installed that, but it doesn't work.
SvenRieke-2 years ago
I like Diodon, it offers hotkey and much more. It's not an applet, so it's your decision of what you want to use.
Rodrigo Barros Bernardino
I really liked it!! But is there any war to assign a keyboard shortcut to "show the applet", so I just press it and I can search through my history, for example? Thanks!
Feuerfuchs-2 years ago
Right now there isn't a native confoguration for keyboard shortcuts, but you can assign a keyboard shortcut to the following command to make the applet appear: 'gpaste-client show-history'
Feuerfuchs-2 years ago
(I mean, assign that command using Cinnamon's keyboard settings)