GNU Screen copy-paste with mouse

After a long time struggling with this, the solution accidentaly came today ūüėÄ
I’m coding via GNU screen in urxvtc terminal.
To copy/paste selected text I pressed down Ctrl + Mouse Right Click and the following context menu shows up:
screen-ctrl-right-click

The Ctrl + Mouse Middle Click shows the following context menu:
screen-ctrl-middle-click

Helpful alternatives at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16111548/how-copy-the-gnu-screen-copy-buffer-to-clipboard

GNU screen dynamic window naming (tab titles)

gnu screen

Finally found the solution at https://www.gnu.org/software/screen/manual/screen.html#Naming-Windows

In ~/.bashrc,

export PS1='\u@\h:\w\$ '
export PS1='\[33k33\\\]'$PS1

In ~/.screenrc, replace ‘bash’ with the shell name (tsh, csh, zsh, etc) used by you

shelltitle "$ |bash"

Other source http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4530403/is-there-a-way-to-dynamically-update-a-window-name-in-gnu-screen

To set terminal title you might try http://code-and-hacks.peculier.com/bash/setting-terminal-title-in-gnu-screen/