(This change is in v0.7.2+)

Copying text to the clipboard can be done by marking lines with the bookmark hotkeys, like m, and then pressing c. Commands that write to a file, like :write-csv-to accept /dev/clipboard as a way to write to the clipboard. However, if the native clipboard isn’t supported, or you’re on an SSH connection, you can now switch to “lo-fi” mode. In “lo-fi” mode, lnav drops out of the curses display and prints the raw text to the terminal. You can switch to “lo-fi” mode in a view by pressing CTRL-L. For commands, you can use a dash - to switch to “lo-fi” and print to standard out.