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> But: while copying a word (double clicking) just at the wrapping edge > really selects the complete wrapped word, copying a whole line (triple > clicking) only selects a screen line and omits the part wrapped to next > screen line ... Hmm. I'd call that a semi-bug at worst -- I don't think there's any pressing need for the triple-click selection to be a superset of the double-click selection. (When I ask for full lines that's what I want, so I wouldn't want the end of a wrapped word tacked on -- not that you were suggesting that.) However, the closest we have to a spec is xterm, and the xterm I have will select multiple lines at once when wrapped, preserving the superset property. (I.e., if I have something wrapped over three physical lines, the triple-click mode will select either all three lines, or none of them.) Personally I'm not sure I have a strong opinion either way.  RH XFree86 4.0.3-5, from Red Hat Linux 7.1
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