How To Access ClipBoard History In Mac OS Using ClipMenu – ClipBoard Manager
Clipboard functionality has not changed with time and OS developments, OS still by default support only one entry in the clipboard which gets overwritten once a new item is copied.ClipMenu is a free application which extends the default functionality of the Mac OS clipboard, to a easy to access and locate older clipboard entries.Once installed the application can be invoked using the Pull down menu from Status Bar or by pressing the shortcut keys ( Cmd + Shift + V ).The ClipMenu clipboard can save text, images, filenames, URL and each of this has a separated with each type stored in different sections of the ClipMenu.
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The ClipMenu Clipboard Alternative supports the following types of content in the clipboard
- Plain text
- Rich Text Format (RTF)
- Rich Text Format Directory (RTFD)
- TIFF image
- PICT image
If you are a Windows User Check out these : Windows Clipboard Managers
The application breaks the history into sections of 10 entries( 1- 0) ,s o that each entry can is copied into the clipboard using the shortcut ( Command + Number ) which can pasted later.
Incase you have the need to save the contents snippets or URL of the clipboard history, the contents can be exported from the apps settings.
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ClipMenu is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or later and 64-bit support in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or later and can run on Intel and PowerPC Macs as well.