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Topic # 99246 15-Mar-2012 10:45 Send private message

Hi There!

I am looking for an alternative to comfort software clipboard manager pro.. Features I need:

Clipboard that will take at least 30 entries and will copy pictures, text, links, webpages etc..

Simple Access to that history and ability to select and paste historical items.

Ability to assign text to keys... CTRL+ALT+T to paste text I have assigned.

Good support or active  community forums

Configurable hotkeys.. 



Things I would like:

Ability to share clipboard among machines (Home PC and Work PC to share Clipboard) Or have multiple Clipboards.. 1 shared and 1 local

EASY and SIMPLE Macro recording...


Needs to be compatible with XP+ 

Recommendations appreciated. 

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  Reply # 595522 15-Mar-2012 10:53 Send private message

Hi,

I have been using clipX (with Win7 but I believe it is compatible with XP).
Even though the UI looks a bit "dated", it works really well.

Guillaume 



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  Reply # 595523 15-Mar-2012 10:54 Send private message

Yah I am not sure why they don't update the look and feel of these apps, I see a few of them all look like they were made in 1995!

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  Reply # 595530 15-Mar-2012 11:24 Send private message

I use Ditto:

http://ditto-cp.sourceforge.net/ 

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Ditto is an extension to the standard windows clipboard. It saves each item placed on the clipboard allowing you access to any of those items at a later time. Ditto allows you to save any type of information that can be put on the clipboard, text, images, html, custom formats, .....


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  Reply # 595594 15-Mar-2012 12:52 Send private message

gcorgnet: Hi,

I have been using clipX (with Win7 but I believe it is compatible with XP).
Even though the UI looks a bit "dated", it works really well.

Guillaume 


I also use Clip-X, on Windows XP. Have done for years. ( freeware - http://clipx.org/)

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  Reply # 595620 15-Mar-2012 14:07 Send private message

I too use ClipX but it doesn't do everything that was listed in the op.

Ditto looks good.

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