- Select the string with the necessary data in clipboard history window
- Select Clip -> Copy to Clipboard in the menu
- Click the Copy to Clipboard icon on the toolbar
- Just press the usual Ctrl+C key combination
One of the great features available in Clipdiary that allows you to practically instantly get back to the recently copied data is the feature of quick data copy without opening the history window. Press the Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Up combination in any program and Clipdiary will copy the previous clip in the history to the clipboard and show you the copied text as a popup hint.
The Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Down combination copies the next clip in the history.
When the cursor is in the text input field of the necessary application:
- Press Ctrl+D to open the history window.
- Use the arrow keys to select the necessary string.
- Press Enter (or use the "Paste to Target" icon on the toolbar)
In order to paste as plain text use menu Clip -> Paste as Plain Text or press Shift + Enter to paste pure text directly to any application.
In order to copy data as plain text to clipboard use menu Clip -> Copy as Plain Text or press Shift + Ctrl + Insert (or C).
Press Ctrl+Shift+V to paste clip as plain text in one click.
Select the necessary clip and press Ctrl+Delete on the keyboard. The Delete Clip icon is also available on the toolbar.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to select several clips at once in the program at the moment, but this feature will be certainly added in future versions.
- Open the program options (File -> Option or F4)
- Switch to the Database tab
- Click the Empty Database button.
Set the maximum number of saved clips to 0 on the Database tab in the program options.
Clipdiary stores all saved data in one database file. You can see the path to the file on the Database tab in the program options.
- Copy the database (see the previous question) to the new computer to any suitable location.
- Open the Database tab in the program options.
- Click Switch to other database and specify the path to the copied file.
When you paste text from Clipdiary to another application, Clipdiary remembers the current clipboard content, pastes text and then recovers the clipboard. If you prefer the selected and pasted text to remain in the clipboard, for example, in order to paste it several times, disable recovering the clipboard content in the program settings, on the paste options tab.
Go to menu File and uncheck 'Hide after copying or pasting' option. Or press Ctrl+F2 on the keyboard. You can also use drag&drop.
Select the clip and press F2. More in our blog
You can save clips to txt file. Select the needed clips and hit Clip->Advanced->Save text to file.
Yes you can. Select several clips using Ctrl or Shift key and mouse and delete them at once.