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With ShelfMenu, you can store all sort of information and have it accessible with a couple of mouse clicks or keyboard shortcuts. The information is stored without any losses, and you can always restore it for further use.
The main idea is: "If you can copy it, you can store it in ShelfMenu."
ShelfMenu accepts input from the following sources:
* The system clipboard: whatever you have copied, can be stored in ShelfMenu. When you need the information again, you will be able to restore it on the system clipboard.
* The current selection: you do not need to copy, in most applications you can simply select what you want to store, and send it directly to ShelfMenu.
* Text notes: ShelfMenu allows you to quickly enter a text note and store it in the Inbox for further processing.
The information can be stored in folders, quickly accessible from the system menu bar.
ShelfMenu offers an Organizer to sort and organize the information as you want. The generic workflow is to send all snippets of information to the Inbox, and then rename them and sort them in folders.
What's New in Version 2.0.1
New feature: it is now possible to delete a snippet directly from the menu.
So Close. Very Good
This simple clipboard manager is one of the best. (I think I have tried them all)
Feature request: Have ShelfMenu accept clipboard contents without the “Store Here” step.
We can sort out our saved clips later.
Second suggestion: a Delete All button.
This is a keeper. Thank you. Keep improving and ShelfMenu will be everyone’s clipboard manager.
2 user requests- make contenty editable by opening in finder, and make the paste function work without the extra step to the dialogue "paste text".