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MacMost Now 221: Jumpcut
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Not sure what you mean by "just discovered it" -- the clipboard is the place where something is stored when you copy or cut it (Command+C, Command+X) and then you can paste it (Command+V) elsewhere. Every OS has basically the same thing. There really isn't anything to show, it is just something you use. Is there a specific question you have about how to use it?
i love this program. i usually copy and paste a lot, and this program helps a lot.
This program looks good, I've been using a similar free program called PTHPasteboard 4 for a while now and absolutely love it, it has some really nice preference options such as the ability to create custom hot keys, use a search field, and even has a nice preview UI for when you've copied pictures and images and so forth, it can be downloaded for free at http://pth.com/products/pthpasteboard/. Anyway, just thought I would share, I think if you like this feature then it's def worth checking out. Great Podcast by the way, I've learned so much from all these episodes.
Thanks for pointing out Jumpcut, Gary. That is great for text and I will use it.
I did, however, find what I think is a much more useful program called iClip. It is not OpenSource or free, but it is only $29. This allows you to do graphics and text.
Keep up the video casts!
Thanks for telling us about this! I love the software!
Do you have a tutorial on the clipboard for macos x. I just discovered it, and have no idea how it works or what it`s for.