System clipboard enhancement

runs on Mac
screenshot of ClipMenu

As we've mentioned numerous times before, we're big fans of the system clipboard. The ability to copy and paste text from one application to another has saved our bacon on a number of occasions. Whether it's a big chunk of text that we're moving from document to document, or some really complicated password that we need to enter into an app or a web page, there's nothing like not having to type all that stuff over and over again. And then there's the pictures: being able to copy and paste an image makes life much easier. If only we could work with more than one picture or one chunk of text at the same time.

ClipMenu is a clipboard enhancement for your Mac. Instead of being able to track only one item at a time, this tool will let you grab as many clips as you like, up to the point that you run out or RAM. Heck, its default is to track 20 clipboard history items, more than enough for most purposes. It can deal with text—both formatted and unformatted—as well as images. You can even save text snippets so that they're always available for you—maybe a favorite website, an often-used email address, or even some fancy signature for you to use.

ClipMenu is a Mac application. It runs under OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or later, and it features 64-bit support under Snow Leopard (10.6).

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