support Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V copy paste as Chromebook have no INS key.
In Windows you can paste with Shift-INS in terminals which have mouse control (where right clicking for pasting isn't working).
Chromebooks on the other hand, don't have an INS key, so pasting is very difficult in such a situation.
Please have a look at c9.io (get a free account and create a machine). They have a very sophisticated SSH terminal in the browser and managed to have a simple ctrl-c/ctrl-v scheme for copy/paste, just as in a text editor.
this would be very practical on a chromebook.
Dan RIsacher commented
On chromebook, if you tap the scroll control button (it looks like hand touching a button) then you can paste by two-finger tap. Rebinding Ctrl-V is a terrible idea for people who it that in some terminal application like Emacs.
I would support paste on two-finger tap in regular typing mode, since I can't see that that does anything useful right now, but I might be missing something.
Yes, but it would be very practical on windows too, for those like me who didn't knew the "Shift+Ins" trick ;)