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Copy as printable text omitting spaces and other characters

asked 2018-04-26 13:17:26 +0000

anonymous user


Hi all,

I do have two machines running Linux, a Debian one running wireshark-qt 2.2.6, and an Arch one running wireshark-qt 2.6.0. I often analyze packets containing SDP, yet, every time I try to copy an attribute (or the whole SDP) as printable text, I run into some weird behavior.

If I do the copy from my Debian workstation, then I'll get the following result (for example): a=rtcp-mux

Yet, if I copy the same attribute from the Arch workstation, I'll get the following unexpected result: artcpmux

I went through the settings, even the advanced ones, looking for something that could solve the problem, but I'm really not sure what else can I do. Any pointers?


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answered 2018-04-26 20:05:04 +0000

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Please file a bug report on this, since this seems a regression from Wireshark 2.4.

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I've filed a bug for it 14633, thank you!

yaakushi gravatar imageyaakushi ( 2018-04-27 12:36:46 +0000 )edit

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