Please check out ClipMate , it may give you many good ideas for improving ClipClip. For example,
when you are in a ClipMate folder, any clip you take is put in that very folder. No need to manually
drag it from "Latest Clips" like with ClipClip . This makes it much easier to organize clips on the go.
Also you with ClipMate you can see a preview of the
clip in a window underneath.
Password managers (e.g. keepass) have a feature that deletes the content of the clipboard after a set amount of time (e.g. 30 seconds) when copying a password from the password manager. That's for obvious security reasons. This affects the windows clipboard, but not clipclip obviously.
I know I can save my passwords in clipclip and encrypt the folder, but I prefer managing my password with a password manager, for many reasons which I hope are obvious. Could it be possible to make clipclip delete the last clip when a password manager sends the "clear clipboard" event?
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'