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ClipMate

Windows clipboard enhancer

  • "“ClipMate turns the Windows clipboard from an underpowered utility into a true power tool.” - PC Computing

  • Rather than working with one piece of [Windows] clipboard data at a time, ClipMate enhances the native clipboard functionality by remembering all items (both text and graphic) that are copied to the clipboard and storing them in "collections" for later pasting. With ClipMate as a Windows companion, users will never accidentally lose a piece of clipboard data again. - from ClipMate site

-- MikeMannix - 31 Dec 2001

Mike,

Happy New Year! I just did a slight edit here to make the word ClipMate not appear as a link. I've probably done the same thing elsewhere, but it struck me here as incongruous to have a bunch of links to the current page. (Interesting that I hadn't noticed that before -- something I'll now try to be conscious of.)

-- RandyKramer - 31 Dec 2001

Has anyone got ClipMate working reliably on Windows 2000? I'm using 4.5 but don't want to pay the upgrade fee to 5.x unless it works well.

UPDATE: I'm still having the same reliability issue (sometimes it just stops noticing new Cut/Copy operations), so I'm looking for another tool.

-- RichardDonkin - 04 Jan 2002

OK, only about a two years late to follow up to your question but . . . ClipMate is working beautifully. In the reare event that it stops cut/copy operations, simply [ Config | Re-establish Clipboard Connection ]. It has some new, terribly handy tools, as well, such as paste profiles and quickpaste.

-- AllenDay - 14 Oct 2003

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