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Description: A Clipboard Manager with Graphical Previews
Download: clipselect.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 1Mb
Version: 2.0
Date: 25 May 2010
Author: PEB
Submitter: PEB
Email: revbloedel/gmail com
Category: utility/misc
Replaces: utility/misc/clipselect.lha
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 5577
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
Downloads: 270  (Current version)
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***** AISS (available on OS4 Depot) is required to use this program *****

"ClipSelect" is another one of my 'bloated' programs that I made with Hollywood
4.7. I hope you enjoy it!

IMPORTANT: This version is a complete remake of the older one. (I lost the
source-code for the older version.) So if you are happily using an older version
of ClipSelect, please DO NOT delete it (just rename it or something if you want
to try this new one).

What it does:
ClipSelect stores up to 100 clipboard items (both text and images), and allows
you to mange them (preview, arrange, delete, or save). The clips are stored on
the hard drive so they are still available after reboot.

Just copy the ClipSelect drawer where ever you like.

Any past clips (listed beneath the active clip) can be made active by simply
clicking on it---this will bring it to the top, make it active, and rearrange
the list. You can also preview or delete any clip from the list without making
it active by using the buttons to the left of the clip. In addition to having
the option of previewing and deleting, whatever clip is currently active can
also be saved---text will be saved as a plain text file; and images can be saved
either as a .bmp, .jpg, or .png file.

ClipSelect can either be started in Hidden mode or with the GUI. As long as
ClipSelect is active, it will store whatever you copy to your clipboard. (So if
you want ClipSelect to be working in the background whenever you start up the
OS, you will want to have SYS:Prefs/WBStartup set to launch the "Start Hidden"
script.) If you want to unhide ClipSelect, simply double-click its icon (it
cannot be unhid from Exchange).

*Special thanks to Mason for the icons and AISS images.

Version 2.0 (5/25/10):
*First attempt at recreating this application.

***********If you like this program and would like to drop me some e-mail or
PayPal encouragement (or if you have any suggestions to make this program
better) my e-mail address is: revbloedel()gmail.com***********

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