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Description: Paste from clipboard to input events stream
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Version: 41.2
Date: 12 Jun 10
Author: Olivier Tigréat
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Paste from the clipboard towards the input events stream.
Allows to paste in Shell, when run using the FKey commodity.

Optional arguments:

    Use a specific clipboard unit (unit 0 is used by default).

    Don't dump clipboard's content (ie do nothing unless STRINGBEFORE
    or STRINGAFTER are used).

    Workaround to the annoying character maintained in
    system's inputevents when using FKey commodity.

    Sring to put in inputevents stream just before the
    clipboard's content (should be enclosed in quotes).

    Sring to put in inputevents stream just after the
    clipboard's content (should be enclosed in quotes).

You can simply use FKey commodity to run Paste2IEvents with a keyboard
shortcut of your choice, for example "ALT v", using FKey's "Run Program"
option set to "Paste2IEvents DPE".

Paste2IEvents is pure and can be made resident.
Type the following in shell to see a summary of its usage:

"Paste2IEvents ?"
followed by yet another "?"


12-06-2010     Added DELPREVEVENT argument to explicitely delete the character
               defined in FKey commodity shortcut, which is unexpectedly
               maintained inside the system's inputevents stream (so defining
               "ALT v" as the shortcut to run Paste2IEvents adds "v" in front
               of the clipboard content... DELPREVEVENT deletes it).
               Added NOCLIP, STRINGBEFORE and STRINGAFTER arguments.
11-06-2010     Implemented

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