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XCActionBar - "Alfred for Xcode" plugin

  •    Objective-C

If you use Alfred, LaunchBar, QuickSilver or other similar products (and if you don't, you really should!), then you already know what this is all about. XCActionBar is at present only partially supported in Xcode 9. The vast majority of custom actions operate on text and therefore require access to Xcode's internal text views which have changed significantly in Xcode 9. I know of a few other plugins in a similar situation and people are hard at work trying to figure out what the new hook points are. I'm currently not in a position where I can dedicate a lot of time to research this, but I will definitely get to it at some point.

clipboardy - Access the system clipboard (copy/paste)

  •    Javascript

Cross-platform. Supports: macOS, Windows, Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Android with Termux.Write (copy) to the clipboard asynchronously. Returns a Promise.

clipboard-cli - Access the system clipboard (copy/paste)

  •    Javascript

Supports: macOS, Windows, Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Android with Termux.Run it with $ cb instead by adding alias cb=clipboard to your .zshrc/.bashrc.

nativescript-clipboard - :clipboard: NativeScript plugin to copy stuff to the device clipboard, and read from it again

  •    Javascript

A NativeScript plugin to copy and paste data from and to the device clipboard. Implement support for storing data (image, etc) on the clipboard. Open an issue or PR in case you like to have that.




PlainPasta - A simple macOS app for "plaintextifying" your clipboard

  •    Swift

Plain Pasta is a tiny Mac app that makes "Paste and Match Style" the default copy/paste behavior. It sits in your menu bar, and watches your clipboard for text, removes any styling from the text, and puts plaintext back on your clipboard.

pb - A tiny wrapper combining pbcopy & pbpaste in a single command.

  •    Shell

A tiny wrapper combining pbcopy & pbpaste in a single command. Copy to or paste from the macOS / OS X clipboard / pasteboards. With no input, pb prints the current contents of the clipboard to stdout using the pbpaste command. When input is passed via stdin or an argument, pb acts as a wrapper for pbcopy, which in the simplest case means that it replaces the clipboard contents with the input. pb also includes a pb --clear flag to easily clear the macOS clipboard.






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