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Topic Title: DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem
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Created On: 10/05/2021 09:55 PM
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 DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem   - bobe - 10/05/2021 09:55 PM  
 DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem   - Mav - 10/06/2021 01:34 AM  
 DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem   - Mav - 10/06/2021 02:22 AM  
 DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem   - bobe - 10/06/2021 11:04 AM  
 DPI and OpenOffice: clipboard problem   - bobe - 10/06/2021 08:39 PM  
 10/05/2021 09:55 PM
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Hello All,

I've been using OpenOffice and DPI for years with only minor inconveiences.

About 3-4 months ago cut and paste in OO started to break. Generally it would be fine for some minutes and then OO would not paste new material, but would re-insert the prior copied text.

The only fix [and I tried a bunch] is to close and restart OO: it works again... for a while.

Searching shows clipboard problems are a known issue with OO: but I'd not hac any for the 10+ years I've used OO. [I suspect that it has to do with the chages microsoft/win10 has made to the clipboard and making it shareable]

The reason I'm raising the issue here is that when I dictate a DPI command, it gets copied to the clipboard before being inserted. And not being able to rely on my dragon commands is  a major headache.

Anyone experienced this ? and even better solved it ?

My one hope is that I notice that the "say' command in Knowbrainer does not go through the clipboard. Is there a way to change my scripts so that they will 'say' the required text ?

Thanks for any help 



I even went so far as to buy a new PC (it was time anyway) but I still have the same problem

I  went out an bought a copy of Word 2019 thinking I'd just bite the bullet and switch word processors, but the jumping screen drove me knuts

Maybe I should go back to win7 ?

Win 10 updated

OpenOffice 4.1.6 and 4.1.10


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