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November 03, 2013, 07:04:49 PM
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Running multibit v 0.5.14 on linux mint
Wallet is open and I am on the request tab. As I try to copy and paste the address for a request, it doesn't paste anyplace. If I am on the send tab, I can paste the addres from the clipboard to the address space. If i then try to copy this address, I fail to capture a copy again.
Just trying to find a workaround to copy an address...Found a thread in multibit for a similar issue using OSX where they used ctrl-C but this has not worked for me.
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November 03, 2013, 08:11:46 PM
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Running multibit v 0.5.14 on linux mint
Wallet is open and I am on the request tab. As I try to copy and paste the address for a request, it doesn't paste anyplace. If I am on the send tab, I can paste the addres from the clipboard to the address space. If i then try to copy this address, I fail to capture a copy again.
Just trying to find a workaround to copy an address...Found a thread in multibit for a similar issue using OSX where they used ctrl-C but this has not worked for me.
you try re-installing multibit?

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November 03, 2013, 11:54:47 PM
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If you are 100% sure then you should try to get a video of it, and then create a bug report for it!

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