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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA Text file of Folder contents
« on: January 18, 2007, 07:12 AM »
There's a multi clipboard called "Spartan"  ( )

With that running, click "Select all" then "Copy" in explorer and Spartan creates a text clip with all the selected files or sub folders, one per line. You can then paste it into Notepad (or anything else) to save.


Hmm. That's an awful lot of Tab presses if the clip you want is way down the list!

Why don't you have a look at the M8 multi clipboard. The way that works is that you choose a function key to activate it. When you use the function key, it pops up and all the clips have a letter (A to Z) next to them. Type the letter next to the clip you want and it pastes in.

They have a free version does up to 25 clips 0r you can fork out $30 for the big one.


Announce Your Software/Service/Product / Spartan Multi Clipboard
« on: January 17, 2007, 06:45 AM »

The Spartan multi clipboard sets a new standard in multi clipboard software. Its unique new interface allows you to choose from up to 150 pre-saved clips without clicking, scrolling or selecting groups. Just pop it up and click on the clip you want. You can arrange your clips anyway that suits you to make them easy to find - all alphabetic, some alphabetic or some highlighted in color. Spartan has all the features you would expect, clip preview, sound, keyboard only pasting, automatic web bookmarks, automatic email addressing, form filling, web logon, phone dialing, program launch, and bulk paste. It pastes graphic clips directly into Outlook Express ( You can even have it automatically reduce large photos) and it has onboard editors for both text and graphic clips. It even includes its own built in backup and restore system to keep your clip files safe.


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