version 10.9.2 of OS X and a virtual machine
6.0.5 VMware Fusion.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS has been installed on the virtual machine. In ubuntu I use
Emacs 24.3.1 as editor.
Once emacs of ubuntu is launched, the
Kill Menu (see
Paste from Kill Menu) is empty. If I want to copy a text from Chrome under Mac to Emacs under ubuntu, I can use
Command+C (which saves the text into the Kill Menu of Emacs) then
I can also copy and paste a text within Emacs by using
Command+C (which also saves the text into the Kill Menu of Emacs) then
However, the problem is, after I copy and paste something within Emacs, I could not copy and paste a test from Mac to Emacs anymore by
Command+C under a Chrome page of Mac can not save the text into the Kill Menu anymore. Consequently,
Ctrl+V within Emacs always pastes the last element in the Kill Menu, which is not what I want.
So I have to close and re-launch Emacs to clean the Kill Menu to enable the copy-paste from Mac to Emacs of ubuntu, which is tedious...
Could anyone help?