I cannot reproduce this -- can you check again and see if you detect any pattern to when it might be displaying as \n instead of pasting the real newlines?
Using CHS 2.20.01, c:\NoInst\ClipboardHelpAndSpell\
ClipboardHelpAndSpell.exe 10196152 2013.8.29 8:55.52
Using NoteTab Pro
plain text editor as the "catching" application, the one to paste into. Workflow: clip from app using mouse. Alt-Tab to NoteTab Pro. Standard Ctrl+V paste. Open new file. Ctrl+Alt+Q for CHS popup, Additional actions on last clip
, cursor down to my own template as posted above, paste again and compare.
Standard Ctrl+V paste works as expected. The "\n problem" (which also shows "\t" on occasion) only happens with clips from Web browsers; I tried both Firefox and Opera. It doesn't happen with either NoteTab Pro itself or an RTF word processor, Polyedit, pasting into NoteTab Pro. The "\n" and "\t" always show in the popup even if not pasted as such, though I presume that's by design, to show more of the content.
If there's something wrong with my own template, what is it? Do templates need an end delimiter, or is the "@" that starts the next one enough?
On the popup, if you want Additional actions
for clips before the current one, you have to Shift+Click. For us keyboard users, please could you make the Windows Menu key do the same thing?
Minor typo on the Paste Templates
section of Options
: "templlate" should be "template." That's the last word above the template menu box.