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Last post Author Topic: CLCL Clipboard Manager - Keep more than one item and this for longer  (Read 34831 times)

AbteriX

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Hi friends,

i want only to make a place for to discusses about CLCL, an clip board extender.
But now i have added a few small lessons to know how CLCL works to this thread over there.

So it's changed to an little small tiny mini review. I you want to know more about CLCL,
please point your browser to > this thread <           

Attention!
Many screenshots ahead....

The CLCL thread above have now ~1,5 MegaByte to load, please be patient.  :-[
BTW:(All screenshots are taken with Screenshot Captor)


All of your experiences with CLCL, or how to's or tutorials, you can leave on this other thread above.
For any other comments please use this thread here.

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An other promissing clipboard extender is Clipboard Help+Spell  :Thmbsup:    check it out




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« Last Edit: April 21, 2006, 06:29 AM by AbteriX »

AbteriX

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FYI
... there is a another review about CLCL from our forum member 'Clif Notes'
over there   on infopackets.com

AbteriX

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FYI
... there is a review about CLCL from  Buzzy at buzzys.net

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and a review at SnapFiles.com
« Last Edit: April 13, 2006, 08:18 AM by AbteriX »

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Hmm, looks to me that CLCL is listening to the keyboard (global shortcuts) and may interfere with other applications that do that too (in my case AHK). I had a crash (no keyboard input taken) recently after installing it.

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But on the other hand, I see that you use AHK too and have not had problems I
suppose. Maybe this is worth a thread or at least a question in the AHK forum...

AbteriX

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Hi urlwolf and welcome to the forum  :Thmbsup:

Yes, i have CLCL running, i think for longer then one year, on several PCs (hmm, this on W2k SP2-4 most) and
from time to time other apps who use keyboard hooks too (AHK, AutoIt, Screenshot Captor,...)
and have no crash seen with this.

But Chris over there on www.AutoHotKey.com have surly better answers then i on this issue  :(

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I belive CLCL is very cool program  :Thmbsup:  (I used it for 3 years or so), but I noticed CLCL has problem with OpenOffice.org  :(

AbteriX

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Hi sembel and welcome  :D

Do you wanna tell us more about this problem with OO ?

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hi AbteriX,

If I copy something while OO is open, CLCL won't copy, until I close the OO. I saw other people have the same problem. Maybe OO has some bug. Anyway, it's time to check Ditto  ;)

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Please, does CLCL have a feature to repair the clipboard chain, like CHS, ArsClip and Clipmagic do?


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Please, does CLCL have a feature to repair the clipboard chain, like CHS, ArsClip and Clipmagic do?

> to repair the clipboard chain
:'(  sorry, what is this?
I had never smtg to repair with the cb, though  :)

Do you use CLCL and didn't find this feature .... or do you wanna ask me to look for you at my copy?

How can I help you?

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Clipboard Chain - Tech details
When a program joins the clipboard chain, it joins at the front of the list and is responsible for sending the information down to the next program in the chain. When a program leaves, it is responsible for identifying itself and the next person in the chain before exiting. This is point [leaving] where it sounds like it is failing.
Source: http://episteme.arst...816/m/8810994133/p/3

rjbull, i don't have this problem with CLCL, maybe the feature is already built-in but you can check with the author.. here is the email: nakka at nakka dot com

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Thanks Abterix, lanux128;

I haven't tried CLCL, but I've seen this feature and been glad of it in other clipboard enhancers.  In other words, I probably wouldn't try CLCL if it didn't have such a feature, although I have to add the results are a bit hit and miss, especially on my Win98SE laptop.  If "Repair clipboard chain" doesn't appear on any CLCL menus, I'd guess it wasn't present.


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I used CLCL for almost 2 years till it no longer met my needs. As a rule, I do not depend on tools that are no longer developed or the developer is not responsive. If you like CLCL, I thinkg you will certainly be interested to examine these 2 fine products. First is Ditto-cp which is still in active development and Scott is pretty responsive. Second is ArsClip. Again, a fine and good product.

For Ditto go to http://sourceforge.n...s.php?group_id=84084
and ArsClip go to http://www.joejoesoft.com/vcms/97/

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Sorry, use this link for Ditto http://ditto-cp.sourceforge.net/

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..you will certainly be interested to examine these 2 fine products. First is Ditto-cp which is still in active development and Scott is pretty responsive. Second is ArsClip. Again, a fine and good product.

thanks for the input, cnewtonne.. my main reason for keeping faith with CLCL is all the templates & plugins that i have grown accustomed to.. since you're an ex-CLCL user, i might check out both..  :)

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NEWS
There is an start to translate the documentation of CLCL to English.
If you are curios or want to code an plugin or just wanna help ... point your browser to http://www.ghisler.c...15260&highlight=

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Am I right in thinking that what CLCL calls templates, is boiler-plate text?


AbteriX

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Templates could be boiler-plate (the hole address, email signature, footer...), code snippets,  special chars to insert, email addresses, ...
But CLCL have no placeholder like %TIME% or %DATE%.

Typically i paste smtg into the clipboard, go to the CLCL Viewer an drag&drop the content to the template "folder"(section)

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Thanks, Abterix... 

If you'd like a freeware calendar that offers multiple roll-your-own formats for sending date and time to the clipboard, try Horst Schaeffer's Calendar


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There is an start to translate the documentation of CLCL to English.
If you are curios or want to code an plugin or just wanna help ... point your browser to http://www.ghisler.c...15260&highlight=

Why would they be apparently treating CLCL as a Total Commander plug-in?


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You have to be 1. Registered user since it was called Windows Commander and 2. TC freak to understand. Two great timesaving, "productivity" increasing ideas meet and they must marry, that is their instinct - may be something good will come out of it :) I cant really see it happening though. Something like a mini virtual folder based on copied files/folders? I think better to spank author for not implementing that very much wanted feature in core already.

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They don't want code an TC plugin but improve CLCL since nakka doesn't have interest to do this.
With "plugins" they mean CLCL plugins.

And... there is already an Clipboard plugin for TC ==> http://www.ghisler.c...iewtopic.php?t=12773


Thanks rjbull, i use already Horsts tools, PopSel and MemPad also.
« Last Edit: May 13, 2007, 03:05 PM by AbteriX »

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You have to be 1. Registered user since it was called Windows Commander and 2. TC freak to understand.

I'm 1.  But evidently not 2.   ;)


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With "plugins" they mean CLCL plugins.

Thanks!  That makes more sense.

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And... there is already an Clipboard plugin for TC ==> http://www.ghisler.c...iewtopic.php?t=12773

Amazing!

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i use already Horsts tools, PopSel and MemPad also.

Make sure you look at the new beta (b6) of MemPad; it's a big step forward.