has updated iClip 2, the multi-clipboard/scrapbook utility for Mac OS X, to version 2.0. The upgrade adds the ability to organize clippings into groups called “clipping sets.”
iClip, which was made with the REALbasic development environment, offers multiple “clipping bins” from which you can copy and paste, and drag and drop clippings. Clippings can include text, pictures, sounds, Internet locations and more. iClip can be oriented either vertically or horizontally, has adjustable clipping bin sizes, and “floats” above all windows.
In addition to the “clipping sets” feature, version 2.0 offers improved support of clippings from Adobe Illustrator and other vector graphics editing applications, according to
. There are updated Copy and Paste button icons and a revised user manual navigation. iClip now becomes the active application when an empty area is clicked in the iClip window. The expanded/collapsed state of the iClip window is now remembered when the application is opened.
iClip costs $19.95; a demo version is available for download at the Inventive Web site.