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    how can i use shortcuts in ubuntu 13.04 terminal?

    for ex. paste(ctrl+v)......its very irritating that i have to right click everytime as then paste

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    Re: how can i use shortcuts in ubuntu 13.04 terminal?

    Have you tried control-shift-v?

    Useful keyboard shortcuts:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1851346

    one more better link.
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommandLineResources
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    Re: how can i use shortcuts in ubuntu 13.04 terminal?

    When you full screen the terminal, on the upper left part, go to 'edit', then 'profile preferences' (or similar to that). there you can manage all the shortcuts for your terminal.

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    Re: how can i use shortcuts in ubuntu 13.04 terminal?

    Part of the problem you have is due to the conflict between default system keyboard shortcuts and those used in terminal, eg Ctrl+C cancels any command that is running rather than being a copy shortcut.
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