Fixing Copy in Eclipse

I use Eclipse for Android development and one of the issues I have come across is that sometimes Command-C on Mac (Control-C on Windows) doesn’t work properly. I will copy, but paste will paste what was previously in the buffer, not what the latest I wanted.
My previous workaround was to hit Command-C twice which always seems to work. This is a pain, however.
Fortunately I came across this blog post: Ctrl+C to copy does not always work in Eclipse which describes a simple fix: Unbind the copy command in Eclipse. Note that this also applies to the Android Developer Tools distribution, since it is built on Eclipse.

The workaround is to unbind the Copy command in Eclipse. The reason this works is that the native Copy will be used instead.

To do so, go into the menu:
ADT or Eclipse
> General
>> Keys

Search for Copy
Select Copy
Press the button “Unbind Command”

Here are some screenshots:

Before (Copy is bound to a shortcut key):
Copy command bound to a shortcut key

After (Copy command no longer bound to a shortcut key):
Copy command no longer bound to a shortcut key