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Alex Plantema wrote on 28/06/2020 21:20:
Van 't Sonderveld schreef op 28-06-2020 17:37:

We have installed Libre Office, and we have a problem with pasting a
selection of text to Calc with the right mouse button.

The first time pasting works well, but when I copy - paste another
selection out of for instance Thunderbird, I can not past it in the
Calc document with the right mouse button, Ctrl V and drag and drop
does work.
The oddity is, that if I close the Calc document and reopen it, the
pasting of a selection works, again, well with the right mouse button
but again, only the first time .

Je vertelt niet wat er gebeurt als je probeert te plakken, noch welke
versie of welk besturingssysteem je gebruikt.

Da's inderdaad waar. De header van het mailbericht toont dit:
  User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; rv:68.0)
  Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/68.9.0
Dus iig een van de versies van Windows 10..

Als je een trage computer hebt en/of een grote selectie kopieert, duurt
het even voor je kunt plakken.
Bij oudere versies van Windows werd anders het voorgaand gekopieerde

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