Friday, May 13, 2011

ClipMenu - Clipboard Manager for Mac OS X

ClipMenu is an application that helps you to manage your clipboard history. While running it records the last 20 (configurable) items you put in the clipboard and allows you to acces them later. You can also register texts you frequently use, like e-mail addresses, user IDs and so on, as snippets. 

To paste a recorded item, you just pop up menu by invoking the shortcut key, and select a menu item.


ClipMenu can record clipboard history in the following clipboard types:
  • Plain text
  • Rich Text Format (RTF)
  • Rich Text Format Directory (RTFD)
  • PDF
  • Filenames
  • URL
  • TIFF image
  • PICT image

11 comments:

GADAFINY said...

cool

phthalo. said...

Useful as I often lose stuff that I've copied and not pasted by accident.

Mike said...

Seems like a handy little app.

Flodström said...

Neat, that seems like quite an asset.

Colin Biano said...

i always forget to paste things, so this would be great ;_;

Jazz bazooka said...

nice :D

CPH said...

This is great! Awesome post!

emosniper said...

I love PC!!!!
Great post, I guess having diversity is good too.
:)

Dale said...

cool i had no idea, i feel like i've upgraded

Musicofjustin said...

that could prove to be useful in the very near future.

The Critic said...

I'm pretty sure I'd die without this!