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Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2016 08:42:31 +0200 (CEST)
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Subject: [geda-user] pcb poll: copy mode
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Hi all,

I'm wondering:

1. When did you start using geda/pcb?

2. Have you ever used the COPY_MODE intentionally? COPY_MODE is: drag&drop 
an _unselected_ object (element, line, whatever) while ctrl is pressed. 
It's like move, but it makes a copy.

3. If not, did you know about this feature?

4. If not, now that you know about it, do you think you are going to use 
it over/beside the normal copy+paste buffer operations?

5. Have you ever used the COPY_MODE by accident? If so, did you figure it 
was the COPY_MODE or just did an undo and didn't try to figure?

TIA,

Igor2

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