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       wxcopy - copy stdin or file into X11 cutbuffer


       wxcopy [options] [filename]


       wxcopy copies stdin or filename into the cutbuffer. If no cutbuffer is specified, the data
       will be copied into cutbuffer 0 and the other cutbuffers will be rotated, if present.   If
       a  cutbuffer  is  specified,  the  data  is copied into that cutbuffer, and no rotation of
       buffers is performed.


              Clears the PRIMARY selection owner. In practice it means that when you try to paste
              the data with the middle mouse button (for example) it will paste the data from cut
              buffer 0, instead of any eventually existing mouse selection.

       --cutbuffer number
              Specifies the number of the cutbuffer to copy data to.

       -display display-name
              The data will be copied in the cutbuffers of the specified display/screen.

       --help print a help message with the list of options.

              Makes the normal 64kb limit check not to be performed, making the buffer attempt to
              grow to whatever size is required.

              print the version of Window Maker from which the program comes.


       wxpaste(1), wmaker(1)


       This man page was written by Marcelo Magallon <>.

       Window Maker was written by Alfredo K. Kojima <>.

       Binary     data     compatibility     and     --no-limit    stuff    by    Luke    Kendall

                                          September 1998                                wxcopy(1)