ClipTools: How To Use Smart Clips

Smart clips let you paste text with extra programmable elements. You can use previously copied clipboard items, ask for input, select from a list, a current or future date and more.



Get ClipTools here: https://macmost.com/cliptools

Comments: 9 Responses to “ClipTools: How To Use Smart Clips”

    Al Pinto Panayotty
    8 months ago

    Thanks for a very useful app. Appreciate your commitment to education.

    Garth Wildman
    8 months ago

    I would like to delete a smart clip in clip tools.

    8 months ago

    Garth: See https://macmost.com/cliptools and all of the commands, including that one, are listed there.

    Lynda Farabee
    8 months ago

    I was looking for the old .txtclipping function. I think it's been deleted. Someone said I could use your app. Is there a way to be these "clippings" in a separate folder somewhere?

    8 months ago

    Lynda: No, my app stores clips inside it. If you need text clippings, they are still in macOS. Just select some text in TextEdit and drag it to the Finder and it creates a .textClipping file.

    Aimee
    7 months ago

    I absolutely love clip tools, particularly smart clips! Is there a way to name my smart clips so I can quickly and easily tell what they are?

    7 months ago

    Aimee: No way to name them, but I may come up with something in the future.

    Chris R
    7 months ago

    Thanks Gary. Really useful. Is there a way to assign a shortcut to changing case - I need to change phrases into all caps quite often. Thanks.

    7 months ago

    Chris: Not unless I add a shortcut to that menu item. And I'm running out of good keys. In most apps you can do this with Edit, Transformations, Make Upper Case though, and you can add a keyboard shortcut to that the normal way.

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