Documentation consists of praise for your product and its features, Very little on how to use the product. I think most people (including myself) would use clipboard manager primarily for saving text yet I don't see any default setting to make this happen. The few directions I found mention pressing the CTRL or Shift key for different actions; I didn't see how that works. There should be an easier way to add a title at the beginning of process.I don't understand the workflow. Why can i save the file as a Word doc but not plain text? Why does it
CLipclip has always been a bit slow. I have an i5 with 16GB of RAM, and it takes around a second to paste an item into an Excel spreadsheet. This is bearable, but as I get faster at using Clipclip, the lag becomes very noticeable.
is it possible to use two key shortcut? I used CTRL + ¸ (button below Esc) with Ditto to open latest saved clips, but I need to use three keys now with clipclip. I know it isn't much of a change, but would like to keep the same shortcut.
Also, what about sync between computers? Is that possible?
Working on a word document with tables and table of content section. If I highlight the text( inc tables, sections etc.) I get the copied noise. If I then paste with formatting, I only get a single word.
If I do a copy (ctrl + C) it will then be stored correctly
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