Using the mouse inputs?

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  1. tusshar1_tus

    tusshar1_tus New Member

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    Hello people,

    I am not sure where this post should go. So posting it here.
    My problem is:-
    When we usually double click something it will be copied and with middle click it will be pasted.
    I want to add a feature that if i click the right click i should be able to mimic "ls"/"dir" on the copied word.
    Is it possible?

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    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Where are you trying to do this? In a file manager, desktop, a graphical location? Or a terminal/tty?
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    tusshar1_tus New Member

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    I want to do that in a terminal konsole.
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    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Thank you very much for the pointer. I went through the pdf. However I couldnt find a solution. The pdf suggested something like two commands could be merged or the mouse right click would invoke a pop-up. I actually dont want the pop up.

    Lets say i double clicked a directory name "new_dir"
    so when i do a right click, my konsole should automatically do "ls new_dir". something like that.

    People I require your help.

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