I have multiple Windows computers and have been searching for months for a clipboard manager that shares clips via the cloud. Just yesterday I stumbled across your app. This morning I installed it on a second PC and my needs have been answered! Writers in the tech community are doing a poor job of showcasing the features of your excellent application. I had previously tried many of their recommendations with great disappointment.
By the way; I was about to give up my search when I learned that Microsoft is finally implementing a cloud clipboard this fall. However; my hopes for
I love your product it is awesome and I use it constantly every day. I have one question. How can I keep the formatting when pasting from the original? Each time I paste all the paragraph spacing goes away and all the sentences get pushed together. Is there a function I can use to prevent this?
I may be doing something wrong here, but I have just downloaded ClipClip and I was quite impressed with the layout etc. My first 2 clips copied into ClipClip fine ... and after that ... nothing. Nothing else seemed to transfer at all. I may be misunderstanding something, but if so, what?
clipclip is amazing.. love it. My only gripe is that when you first install it you're given the option to donate. I didn't want to because I hadn't tried it yet. However, now that I have tried it I want to donate but can't find an option within the program or on the website anywhere. I feel that you're probably missing out on donations because it's not encouraged much more than just before you install the software.
Multiple times daily my workflow involves copying two items and then pasting them into another section. As it stands, there is no way (that I can find) to set separate paste hotkeys. How can this be accomplished, or if not, could that option to make separate hotkeys be added in the hotkeys tab?
Could not load clips. They might be empty or in use by another program.
My guess is that it's trying to load the 5 clips I have saved in a OneDrive folder, and that OneDrive hasn't yet completed startup. I'm currently in Northern India (for next 7 weeks or so) and internet here is very laggy. Some locations have ping times of .2 to .4 seconds.
Doesn't seem to be a way to upload images, only fetch from URLs, and it won't fetch from a Dropbox URL either, apparently. So, here's my Dropbox url to the image:
I would like to use the Password store capability but with a secure vault such as TrueCrypt. I can visualise how this could be done, using a TrueCrypt vault mounted under a separate Windows drive letter and linking this to a ClipClip folder. However, it would be necessary to run TrueCrypt first, before launching ClipClip. It would be better if there was a way of doing this by, say, running a script when ClipClip starts and before it acquires its clip repositories. Have you thought of developing this?
I'm trying to move clips from the latest clips to the Saved clips folder but nothing is moving. I just get a scrolling circle and nothing moves. I tried restarting my system but that didn't work. I'm using Windows 10 64bit
Hello. I keep getting a 'Hotkey for screenshot' balloon popup from the tray icon. I have looked at all the app settings and found no way to disable this obtrusive message. I have disabled screenshots as well. How can this message be permanently turned off?
I think it would be a good idea to have an option in the configuration menu to
"Clear Latest Clips on Computer Shutdown"
Often I am copy/pasting data which I do not want left in open view such as passwords. So, before closing my computer I need to go to ClipClip Manager and "Clear Latest Clips" as I don't want anyone else who has access to this computer to find my sensitive data in open view.
If its possible, you may want to allow a couple of options, such as:
"Clear Latest Clips" - 'On Shutdown' or 'On Sign Off'