CopyPaste X, “the digital hub for clipboard material,” has been updated to version 1.3. The update is a free download to registered users.
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CopyPasteX sports the Clipboard Extender, which lets you see and use 10 clipboards that are accessible via a key command, drag and drop, and menu command. The Clipboard Recorder lets you see and use the last 10 clipboards that were copied to. The Clipboard Editor allows editing of any clipboard with styled text. You can open and edit any text file and CopyPaste X’s Fuzzy Find function lets you find words even if you don’t know how to spell them.
Also, in CopyPaste X, unlike with the Mac’s built-in clipboard, each clipboard can be remembered through restarts. Priced at $20, you can download CopyPaste X from the
Script Software Web site.
Version 1.3 can open and save RTF files; CopyPaste now lets you use variable tabs by simply clicking into the Ruler; CopyPaste 1.3 can automatically save copied text to an archive by typing command-hotkey-C; and the archive can be opened by a button on the main toolbar
The Clipboard Recorder can now be used in the stack mode. As of the latest version, CopyPaste can now create a list of all words in a given text. You can limit the list to show only email addresses or URLs or words that contain a user defined substring. The number of occurrences for each word can also be displayed. The new version also lets you sort a list of words with user defined criteria; create tab-separated columns from a list of words; and swap tab-separated columns.
And now if you click the pencil button on the palette, CopyPaste comes to the front. Version 1.3 implements a new ruler that purportedly offers more intuitive access to paragraph and style formatting. Finally, the utility now has one toolbar for all windows, an enhancement designed to save space in each window.