Sorry if I was unclear Mouser. I'm honored to get a response from you.
The idea with both of the features is that you don't have to move your fingers off (or far off) of the normal windows paste keys to perform actions.
Press Ctrl + V and then release V to enter Paste Mode. This will past your 1st clip if you release Ctrl + V like the normal clipboard but if you hold down the Ctrl + repeatedly press V, you move through your clips in the order they are in the stack. This would be equivalent to pressing 1, 2, 3, etc. in CHS, but you just press V repeatedly to advance. Then you can tap the C key while holding Ctrl to move backwards through the clip stack.
Paste formats (UPPERCASE, SentenceCase, etc.) are also activated in Paste Mode, but by using the Z key as a cycler for the various formats available. When you reach to the format of your choice, release Ctrl to paste. The clip will be pasted in the selected format.
I'll include the help site for ClipJump just in case this doesn't do it again as I don't want to waste your time.http://clipjump.sour...docs/basic_help.html