So You can download and run the latest version from their website here: http://clipgrab.de/download/clipgrab-18.104.22.168.bz2, but the posted version there is 32 bit and to get it to run I had to install libQtWebKit4-32bit which installed more than two dozen other 32 bit files. Basically the procedure would be to download the file and extract the file clipgrab-22.214.171.124. You must mark it executable, rename it clipgrab and then over write the original file /use/bin/clipgrab as root. You must open YaST, search for libQtWebKit4-32bit and install the 32 bit files from YaST. It should then run as normal. clipgrab is being supplied by Packman and so a word to them that the package needs an upgrade might help others here as the old one no longer is working.
No, but I wrote one for you. So, for those unable or unwilling to handle this task, I have written a bash script to do this for you. Open up a terminal session, copy the text from the code field below and paste it into a terminal session and press enter.
You will be asked several questions and based on your response, all or part of clipgrab, including many 32 bit files, will be installed for you. Until such time as Packman updates their version, this is the best fix I can provide for you.
I was happy to help and the clipgrab application is a good one to have working. Its the details that kills you and its hard to write an all encompassing bash script that works for all users and does not mess up something. With the procedure working, I can adapt it to do some other bidding I presume. The basic problem with it is, it will not adjust to future version changes and very likely it will be obsolete in the near future because Packman will update their repository with the newer version.
Do you have clipgrab installed already [y/n] (y)?y
Are you ready to install the 32 bit clipgrab from their web site [y/n] (n)?y
Data of Repositories loading ...
reading the installed packets ...
Paket 'libQtWebKit4-32bit' not found.
resolving dependencies ...
nothing more to do
rm: remove the „/home/martin/Downloads/clipgrab-126.96.36.199.bz2“ is not possible : file or folder could not be found
/home/martin/Downloads/clipgrab-188.8.131.52.bz2: file or folder could not be found
bzip2: Can't open input file /home/martin/Downloads/clipgrab-184.108.40.206.bz2: No such file or directory.
mv: call impossible „/home/martin/Downloads/clipgrab-220.127.116.11“ : file or folder could not be found
Your selections are now complete ...
To run type in: Alt-F2 /usr/bin/clipgrab and wait for the GUI to load and run.
hmmm - seems that i have been stuck…!?` What can we do now!?
So I do have openSUSE 12.3 installed, not 12.2 and I tested it on three computers and it did work just fine. I also see that Clipgrab has been updated to the correct version in Packman for openSUSE 12.3, but I am not sure about 12.2, but you might look and see if you can just update from there.