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CopyQ v3.11.1
CopyQ v3.11.1 Clipboard Manager with Advanced Features. CopyQ monitors system clipboard and saves its content in customized tabs. Saved clipboard can be later copied and pasted directly into any application. Features Store text, HTML, images or any other custom formats Quickly browse and filter items in clipboard history Sort, create, edit, remove, copy/paste, dragínídrop items in tabs Add notes or tags to items System-wide shortcuts with customizable commands Paste items with shortcut or from tray or main window Fully customizable appearance Advanced command-line interface and scripting Ignore clipboard copied from some windows or containing some text Support for simple Vim-like editor and shortcuts Many more features Using the App To start the application double-click the program icon or run copyq. The list with clipboard history is accessible by clicking on system tray icon or running copyq toggle. Copying text or image to clipboard will create new item in the list. Selected items can be: edited (F2), removed (Delete), sorted (Ctrl+Shift+S, Ctrl+Shift+R), moved around (with mouse or Ctrl+Up/Down) or copied back to clipboard (Enter, Ctrl+V). All items will be restored when application is started next time. To exit the application select Exit from tray menu or press Ctrl-Q keys in the application window. Command Line CopyQ has powerful command line and scripting interface. Note: The main application must be running to be able to issue commands using command line. Print help for some useful command line arguments: copyq --help copyq --help add Insert some texts to the history: copyq add "first item" "second item" "third item" Print content of the first three items: copyq read 0 1 2 copyq separator "," read 0 ...
5/5 2,037 May 09, 2020
Lukas Holecek
   
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