CopyPaste 3 adds clipboard history search
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Copying and pasting are two of the greatest additions to the modern computer, right alongside the mouse, the keyboard, and the non-spill coffee mug. But for cases when they’re just not capable enough, Plum Amazing’s CopyPaste Pro takes copy and paste even further. And with the app’s update to version 3.0, there are a few new features and an updated interface in the mix.
Among the changes in this version is the addition of a search feature for the History and Archives tab that allows you to search all the entries of your clipboard and help you locate a particular snippet. There’s also now a preference that lets you keep the last copied or pasted clip at the top of the History stack, for repeated pasting.
In addition, version 3.0 sees the return of the Clip Revolver feature, which enables a shortcut that lets you quickly paste and empty the last clipboard. The feature was removed in a prior version, but is back due to user demand. Users have the option of turning the Clip Revolver on and off in their preferences. A new preview button also shows all of the data types that are currently in the clipboard.
CopyPaste Pro is available for $30 from Plum Amazing’s Website and requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later (older versions are also available).