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Been exploring Walter Anderson's excellent IR Analyzer sketch to better understand Infra Red Remotes.

Minor problem - the sketch dumps received IR Codes to Serial Monitor screen but after I select the serial data in the Serial Monitor Window with my mouse (left click & wipe) there is no Copy feature so I can post the code elsewhere to examine if further. I was expecting to be able to do a mouse "right click" to select COPY.
Any help appreciated.
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ctrl + c = copy

standard windows shortcut since the late 80's
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You don't say what operating system you are using.

If you are opposed to Osgeld's suggestion to the standard keyboard conventions, you could also use a different terminal program, perhaps one that supports logging.
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I was expecting to be able to do a mouse "right click" to select COPY.

Worked on a Mac:


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Osgeld gets the prize.... Ctrl C works of course.
I'm running version 1.0.3 on Windows 7 & no right mouse click are available as shown on Nick's Mac screen.

Thanks team for the quick response   
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