Using this command, whatever is in your clipboard will be encoded to QR and displayed on your monitor. Note that xclip can pull stuff from different clipboards, and in my case the contents were not picked up with -selection default but -selection clipboard did the trick.
Linux (well, really the window managers, so X11 and then, i3, Wayland, etc…) have multiple clipboards. The default ones are the Primary selection one, and the Secondary one. The names are historical accidents, but the “primary” one always has a copy of the last text you selected from anywhere, which can be pasted anywhere by clicking the middle mouse button. You just select some text and that’s it - you don’t have to do anything else and you can then middle-click paste this anywhere. The “secondary” clipboard is the “normal” Cut, Copy, Paste, Ctrl+c, Ctrl+v one. https://duncanlock.net/blog/2022/04/06/using-windows-after-15-years-on-linux/
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