clipboard utilities

ClipName – added 9/26/2005

ClipName is also a Context Menu extension copying the full pathname of the right-clicked file to the clipboard. This new version supports copy of multiple filenames either as a space separated list or as a CRLF separated list.

Copycat – added 9/10/2005

Copycat is a clipboard utility for those with more than one computer. When you copy text into your clipboard, Copycat will automatically transfer it to the clipboards of the machines that you have chosen.

Snippy – added 9/7/2005

How often have you carefully selected some text from a Web page and copied it to an email message? Snippy makes this a snap! Simply click on the little Snippy icon in the taskbar notification area, and mark out the region of the screen that you want to copy — that’s it, you’re done! The cut-out image will now be in your clipboard, and you can paste it in another application.

CopyText – added 6/27/2005

CopyText does 3 kinds of things: 1)copies text to the clipboard from listboxes, comboboxes, menus, text labels, window captions and other widgets; 2) searches for text in all of the above, to let you either select found items, or copy them to the clipboard; and 3) performs some nice tricks with windows: enable, maximize, move, change size and location, rename, put on top, show or hide.

HovText – added 6/12/2005

HovText removes any formatting from the clipboard. That means the text will be pasted as raw text without any HTML code, font size, color or layout etc. It can also be used as a very simple text-clipboard manager as it remembers the last 10 copied texts (with or without the original formatting).

ClipClear – added 6/3/2005

ClipClear clears your clipboard contents. It installs itself into the tray area (near the clock) and allows you to clear the clipboard by just clicking on its icon. Why? If you work with large data massives (images, audio, video etc) and copy them to the clipboard for transferring from one application to another, then, after pasting the info to another application, the data usually remains in the clipboard too, taking up a lot of memory resources. Clearing the data from the clipboard frees this memory.

Clipomatic – added 6/2/2005

Clipomatic works as a clipboard cache program – it remembers what was copied to the clipboard even after new data is copied, and allows you to retrieve the old data. While there are many programs that do the same, none are quite so convenient, simple to use, or efficient as Clipomatic.

101 Clips – added 6/2/2005

101 Clips is the simplest of all multi-clipboard programs. Just have it running minimized and it captures everything you cut or copy from other programs. It keeps the last 30 clips. When you want to paste one back, all you have to do is restore it and click on the clip you want. If you prefer to work entirely from the keyboard, you can choose a function key to restore and then paste any clip by typing the letter shown next to it. When you move the mouse over the clips, you can see them in the viewer. If the clip is text, you see several lines and if it is a graphic, you see a thumbnail.

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