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Thanks so much!  Great software, by the way.  I use many of Mouser's software and don't know what I would do without them.  I believe they actually give me a competitive advantage (speed, ease of doing things, etc.).

Hi - I did a quick search but couldn't find this exact question.  I apologize if it is here and a repeat.

Is there any way to automatically save to a file AND copy to the clipboard with the same hotkey i.e. not switch to the preferences and toggle these options and then redo the screenshot?  Much of the time I use the screenshots immediately, but sometimes I want to have it in a file.  Switching modes is a little cumbersome.  Any way to set to both or toggle quickly between these options?

Sorting would be an improvement and would get part of the way.  Looking at my search words and then replacement text, most of them are similar to each other, but some of them are completely different.  In the end, up to you how much time vs value it's worth.  FARR is still my #1 general tool.

I use the Quick Search Words functionality extensively and therefore my list of shortcuts is long.  When I have to edit an existing item, sometimes it's hard to find by eye scanning down the list.  It would be great to hit the Ctrl + F key and be able to search the list for a keyword.  If this exists with some other shortcut, sorry & let me know the shortcut.

Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: Any way to make CHS hotkeys like ClipJump?
« on: December 12, 2017, 07:03 PM »
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.

Feature 1:
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.

Feature 2:
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.

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