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Since then, more than a dozen other countries have followed suit. The Ecological Footprint also went on to become an official indicator in Switzerland’s sustainable development monitoring system, and since 2008, it has been published annually by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office.

They maintain a webpage with key statistics on the Swiss Footprint and recognize that “almost three planet Earths would be needed if everyone lived like the Swiss population”. “I strongly commend Global Footprint Network for advancing such a comprehensive resource accounting system. .

T 0424/03 (Clipboard formats I/MICROSOFT) of 23.2.2006

95 119 547.8 for lack of novelty (main request then on file) and lack of inventive step (auxiliary request then on file). the obviousness objection relied additionally on common general knowledge.

- claims 1 to 5 as submitted at oral proceedings before the Board; - description: pages 2, 4, 6, 10 to 12 as submitted at the oral proceedings; using the file contents clipboard format to hold said data by using the file group descriptor clipboard format to hold a file descriptor holding descriptive information about the data that is to be encapsulated into a file during the data transfer operation, Since these formats were considered as essential to each other, it was not surprising that the appellant joined them to form the amended claim 1. 2.1.1 While the original version of claim 1 specifies the file contents clipboard format as a format for holding "contents of a file" with non-file data being provided for a data transfer in that format (M0, page 6, lines 26/27), the amended version defines generally that the file contents clipboard format is to hold non-file "data". 2.1.3 The selected data is converted into the additional clipboard format and stored in a data object (M0, page 3, lines 37 to 40; page 5, lines 44 to 46; Figure 2, steps 30, 32). In particular, where the file contents clipboard format is used, the selected data must be converted into that format (page 4, lines 26 to 28; Figure 3, step 38). Article 84 EPC - Clarity of claim 1 and support by the description Further, although the application fails to provide a comprehensive definition of file data or non-file data, the Board is satisfied that the skilled person is able to draw a line on the basis of general knowledge according to which file data is considered to be organised in a file directory (e.g. It is further clear that the method steps make use of the claimed clipboard formats without being restricted to a clipboard operation.

In other words, a drag-and-drop operation using clipboard formats but not using the clipboard is not ruled out by the wording of claim 1 (see M0, page 2, lines 25 to 27). a second window, document or the like) via the clipboard of a data processing system or via a drag-and-drop operation which uses clipboard formats as part of an object linking and embedding (OLE) protocol (M0, statement of the problem, page 2, lines 28/29). 4.2 The solution consists generally in providing expanded clipboard formats (M0, page 2, lines 33/34).

The file contents clipboard format is described by way of its function, i.e. An exemplary property of the file contents clipboard format is disclosed in functional terms: "for holding the contents of a file" (M0, page 2, lines 34/35; original claims 1 and 5).

T 258/03 - Auction method/Hitachi (OJ EPO 2004, 575) states that a method using technical means is an invention within the meaning of Article 52(1) EPC. Thus, the Board holds that the claim category of a computer-implemented method is distinguished from that of a computer program. Hence, present claim 1 cannot relate to a computer program as such.

These steps solve a technical problem by technical means in that functional data structures (clipboard formats) are used independently of any cognitive content (see T 1194/97 - Data structure product/Philips; OJ EPO 2000, 525) in order to enhance the internal operation of a computer system with a view to facilitating the exchange of data among various application programs. The subject-matter of claim 5 has technical character since it relates to a computer-readable medium, i.e.

The same data may be held simultaneously in different clipboard formats (M0, page 2, lines 16/17) which have to be created by the sending application program. While Windows 3.1 is known to use handles (M0, page 2, lines 13/14), it does not appear to provide a clipboard format which enables non-file data (e.g. To use the clipboard mechanism, data items are selected to be extracted (copied or cut) from a document (Figure 4, steps 44 and 46).

Unlike a clipboard, the scrap objects hold extracted information persistently until the information is to be transferred (D2, column 2, line 57 to column 3, line 2). As compared to D2, the method of claim 1 uses specific clipboard formats (a file contents clipboard format and a file group descriptor format) for transferring non-file data and encapsulating it into a file, whereas the transferable scrap objects of D2 are generated in one or more of the conventional clipboard formats of Windows 3.1 (D2, column 1, lines 10 to 22; column 3, lines 47 to 49) which formats are not concerned with transferring non-file data.

7.4 Like the present application, D2 sets out from Windows 3.1 (D2, column 1, lines 10 to 29), but the method of D2 serves a different purpose: It stores each data object persistently (scrap object having a file name, D2, column 6, line 42 to column 7, line 15) in order to avoid a data loss when the user shuts down the computer system or copies fresh data into the clipboard. D2 does not suggest expanding the number of clipboard formats.

- description: pages 2, 4, 6, 10 to 12 as submitted at the oral proceedings; .


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