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cutbuffer - Manipulate X cut buffer properties
cutbuffer get ?number? cutbuffer rotate ?count? cutbuffer set value ?number? _________________________________________________________________
The cutbuffer command allows you to read or modify the eight X cut buffer properties. You can also rotate the buffers properties.
The following operations are available for the cutbuffer command: cutbuffer get ?number? Returns the value of a cutbuffer number. Number must be a number between 0 and 7. The default is 0. The cutbuffer is returned exactly, except that NUL bytes are converted to '@' characters. If a cut buffer number does not exist, then "" is returned. cutbuffer rotate ?count? Rotates the cut buffers by count. Count must be a number between -7 and 7. The default is 1. cutbuffer set value ?number? Sets the cutbuffer number to value. Number must be a number between 0 and 7. The default is 0.
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