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Clipcomrade is Windows clipboard manager. Remembers everything that you put to the clipboard, easy paste/drag anything from clipboard history, access include global hot key. Search clipboard history. Multi user support. Simple install/update wizard.
A simple clipboard content archiving tool and class library. The MetaClip GUI application makes it easy for content users to permanently store, organize and restore clipboard contents in a portable file format that can be stored, restored, and moved from one Windows PC to anot...
More Clipboard keeps track of the latest entries copied/cut into clipboard buffer and allows quick pasting from the popup list by pressing a hotkey. Inspired by Multi Clipboard plugin for Eclipse and Visual Assist for MS VS.
CtrlSee is a clipboard manager. Better yet, Ctrl See makes is easy to pull recently copied text and images back into the clipboard for use. It works specifically with hotkeys and allows you to preview the clipboard items prior to selecting them.
Clipboard tool for easy access to clipboard history You can use your extra mouse buttons or keyboard strokes to step across the history very fast. Detailed preview for plain and rich text, images, file lists.
Clipman is an extension of the standard clipboard shipped with Windows. You can store all the items copied in a list, send them back at the clipboard or forward to the plugins. If you want, you can also edit the images in the list.
A tool to transform clipboard content, primarily focused on alphabetical transformation (e.g. Cyrillic to Latin and similar). It also allows other functions to manipulate the clipboard content, like clearing the formatting the content might have.
Highly customizable program that manages contents of several clipboard (like X11 buffers) pockets. User can define (in a HLL) actions to be done when something is performed with the clipboard (pasting, selecting, hovering, etc.)