Clipboard managers are handy, and there are plenty to choose from. A new contender is the performance-minded 'Clipboard History' GNOME extension.
Clipboard Manager extension for Gnome Shell is a no-frills clipboard manager for GNOME. It adds an indicator menu to the top panel and caches your clipboard history. There’s nothing extra; no regex searching, or cross-device, multi-sync or […]
Clipboard managers are ten a penny on Linux, and you likely have your favourites. But if you’ve been looking for a searchable clipboard manager, check out Indicator Bulletin. Indicator Bulletin is a simple clipboard manager written in Python […]
Are there chunks of text you regularly use? ASCII artwork you often send? Long terminal commands you traditionally type out in full?
Repeatedly typing out certain information - like verbose terminal commands - can be a chore. Thankfully there are tools out there to help.
A new docklet for Docky aims to make clipboard history management a breeze.
Pastie is a small clipboard manager that uses an indicator-applet to display and give access to you clipboard history.
Glippy is a self-confessed ‘simple clipboard manager for Ubuntu’ that provides clipboard support for history, images, text and more. Clip-board managers are useful tools for users who copy-and-paste frequently or wish to copy something but […]