By Hoi Chang
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Copy'em Paste is a productivity workhorse for turbocharging your daily workflow. It automatically keeps your copied text, images, links, screenshots and other clipboard contents, and lets you recall/paste them anytime, right at your fingertips. Use it to copy and paste items in batches (so minimizing switching between apps), save favorite clippings, capture screenshots and collect data, paste often-used snippets via keyboard shortcuts, strip text formats and transform text, organize clippings into different lists, sort and label clippings, look them up by keywords/types, preview and edit their text, and so on. All done with amazing speed and reliability. It is a valuable time-saver that is rich in features yet excels in ease of use!
- Automatically remembers the things copied by regular copy/cut commands
- Can store unlimited number of clippings
- Accepts text, images, links, HTML, code, PDFs, files, and clippings of proprietary formats
- Instant access to clippings via menubar or customizable Command-Shift-V
- Can paste clippings via drag-and-drop into target applications
- Can be configured to paste into VNC, NoMachine, Parallels, etc.
- Batch pasting of multiple snippets
- Can paste clippings with local shortcuts ('0' to '9' and 'a' to 'z')
- Can paste clippings with unlimited number of global shortcuts
- Plain-text mode option to paste any rich text as plain text
- Hold Option key to switch between pasting text as plain text or rich text (i.e., temporarily do the opposite of plain-text mode)
- Text transformation options (capitalization, line-unwrapping, stripping whitespace, adding prefixes/suffixes, etc.)
- Can enable/disable text transformations with global shortcuts
- Press Space or Left-Arrow key to preview clippings in a large, resizable popover window
- Unlimited number of lists for you to organize your favorite clippings
- Auto-star mode where newly arrived clippings are automatically put into the current starred list
- Fast switching between lists via app-local shortcuts (such as Command-1, Command-2, etc.)
- Use swiping or Command-[ and Command-] shortcuts to navigate backward and forward between lists
- Sort clippings by drag-and-drop, creation dates, most-recently-used dates, and paste frequency, etc.
- Rearrange clippings in starred lists via drag-and-drop
- Find clippings by search, content-type filtering, and application-name filtering
- Fast searching, with search-as-you-type, and options to auto-focus and auto-clear the search field
- Can edit text clippings
- Can assign names to clippings or edit them
- Open clippings window next to current mouse location (in order to minimize mouse movement)
- Option to keep the window open after each paste operation; by default, the window automatically closes after use
- Capture screenshots (full screen, windows, selected areas, etc.) as clippings
- Blacklist applications, so clippings from them won't be saved
- Stop (or resume) collecting new clippings
- Can delete selected clippings, selected sets, or entire lists
- Change the theme, with option to show text clippings in original colors or grayscale
- Automatically switch theme according to the OS X theme setting
- Option to play sounds when copying and/or pasting
If you have questions or suggestions, please email us at email@example.com. If you enjoy using Copy'em Paste, please leave us a review and support us!
What's New in Version 2.4.0
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- Enabled 'Manual' sorting on all lists, where you can rearrange clippings by drag-and-drop
- Added new 'Alphabetical' sort order that automatically sorts clippings based on their titles and/or text
- Added new 'Remove Empty Lines' option to automatically remove empty lines from pasted text
- Can automatically display the names of clips copied from Final Cut Pro X
- Can now be configured to paste into Microsoft Remote Desktop
- Can now silently blacklist TextExpander expansions without making any copy sounds
- Can now paste into LibreOffice
- Raised the default limit on the number of unstarred clippings from 100 to 1000 (which you can raise further if you wish)
- Fixed the issue where the preview window would unexpectedly resize when an inner portion of the window was dragged
- Fixed a High Sierra compatibility issue, which caused the Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts lists to become empty
A Mac Essential !
It is just so great to have this dependable app doing its thing remembering stuff I copy while residing quietly in the menu bar. When I need to paste that item, there it is. If I need it permanently, I mark it with a star to hold it or move it to a specific list I’ve created. Has been working perfectly with macOS Sierra More powerful than I need, but is very easy to use. C in USA
Does exactly what I want.
Does exactly what I got it for. Easy to assign keyboard shortcuts to slot positions on clipboard. I assigned Command+Shift+1 (2,3,etc) for the clipboard slots. Very configurable for auto-pasting plaintext, truly whatever you need, it will do.
I think this is the best copy app out at this time. It successfully cuts the line between powerful and yet not too compicated or cumbersome.