Copy'em Paste 2.2.1

Copy'em Paste 2.2.1

Copy'em Paste 2.2.1 | MacOSX | 4 MB

Copy'em Paste is a versatile menulet for speeding up your daily copy-&-paste workflow. It remembers copied text, images, links, , files, etc., and lets you recall and paste them right at your fingertips. Use it to recover old clippings, paste often-used snippets, transform text, copy/paste multiple items, collect data for research, store and organize items in favorite lists. It's the best-in-class clipboard manager for Macs

What's New in Version 2.2.1
- New option to assign names to clippings (right-click a clipping and select "Add Name.")
- New option to paste specific clippings via global shortcuts (without opening the app window)
- New option to paste previous/next items in current list or clipboard history via global shortcuts
- New option to paste any of the first 10 items in current list or clipboard history via global shortcuts
- New theme options: "Midday" (plain-white) and "Dusk" (dark gray) themes
- New option to paste current clipboard item in its original format if plain-text mode is on
- New option to put the keyboard focus back on target apps after pasting into them
- New option to unwrap multi-line text and paste it as single-line text
- New sort option to put starred clippings at the top of a list
- Re-copied items will now be moved to the top of a list by default
- You can now use Up/Down keys to navigate between the search field and the first/last item of a list
- You can now copy/paste/cut/select all/undo/redo in the search field and while you edit text clippings
- You can now use PgUp/PgDn/Home/End keys to change selection in a list
- New option to delete only unstarred clippings in a list (shortcut: Option-Delete)
- You can now delete clippings using the Delete key
- New option to disable animation in the menubar icon
- New option to display only the first lines of text clippings (so you can see more list items)
- New support for ABC - AZERTY and French Dvorak keyboard layouts
- Fixed issue with pasting into Microsoft Word, where words copied from a Word doc couldn't be pasted back to the same doc
- Fixed issue with copying from Microsoft Word, where copied text would automatically become bookmarks in their docs
- Fixed the large database issue, where previously deleted clippings were incompletely removed from the app's database
- Fixed issue with pasting into Adobe Acrobat Pro and iData Pro
- Fixed issue with blacklisting Typinator-generated clippings
- Fixed compatibility issues with macOS Sierra
- Other bug fixes

OS - MacOSX 10.10 or Later


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