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    Default Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    Just about the most useful piece of software on my two windows boxen (cue smirks) is a little utility called CLCL, which caches the clipboard, providing access to previous entries. It's amazing how many tasks can be sped up by having several paste-able chunks stored. (CLCL caches 40 by default)
    I was wondering if there is anything similar for Linux - my searches in YaST haven't turned up anything likely yet.

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    Default Re: Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    In KDE, the Klipper application handles that. It has a tray icon that looks like scissors.

    There's also a Gnome application for that -- maybe parcellite.
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    Default Re: Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    On Tue 12 Aug 2014 02:16:01 AM CDT, nrickert wrote:


    In KDE, the Klipper application handles that. It has a tray icon that
    looks like scissors.

    There's also a Gnome application for that -- maybe parcellite.


    Hi
    And glipper, copyq (qt based) is another...

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    Default Re: Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    Sorry, should have said - running Xfce
    (I'm much more used to running web servers than GUI Linux :-)

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    Default Re: Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    parcellite runs under Xfce

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    Default Re: Is there a clipboard cache manager out there?

    FYI
    When you run XFCE on openSUSE, by default it's mostly built on apps from Gnome so you can typically search for apps accordingly.

    TSU

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