This is just a "pet peeve" but I must be the only one who ever needs it.
When pasting text into a list (website URL's or other) it is hard to get that format. Maxthon (my favorite web browser) has the option to grab both the title of the page as well as the URL in a single click.. very handy!
But when making neat and tidy list in either an Outlook Email body or a Word or other text document, it requires adding two carriage returns at the end of the paste or else you end up with a mixed up mess all run together. There are 3 options usually presented for pasting what was in clipboard but none of them includes adding that double <enter> after the text to make a nice vertical list.
While there may be list making software out there, i cant find anything that can do something as simple as adding the two <cr> so that I have closed the pasted line and skipped a line between that entry and the next one. Plenty of stuff to REMOVE carriage returns but none to ADD a couple?
This calls for a custom "Paste" option to for right click in Windows. I am sure there are other variations that would be more helpful to different people who "live by the mouse" because I am pretty sure I could create a "Ctrl+?" version that would do it from the keyboard but that would not be as convenient when mousing around. If I could take that macro and turn it into a little icon that showed up in "Right Click <> Paste.... Now that would be a handy thing to have. Multiple custom-formatted paste options. Surely there is a program for that?