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Looking for a EXTREMELY basic Multi Clipboard software

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Thanks guys, I'll have a look at these.

I'm not sure if it meets all your criteria, but you might try OuterTech Clipboard History.

I use a commercial clipboard manager myself (ClipCache -- excellent), but I have recommended OuterTech's CH for people who need a good, free clip manager (and easier, I think, than Ditto). I'd be interested to hear what you think of it if you have time.

Scott, the OuterTech Clipboard History tool looks very promising with just the right feature set!

And it shows a standard system menu when clicking the tray icon, no fancy runtime-powered slowish round-cornered skinnable full-blown GUI with blinkenlights and tiny custom fonts like so many applications nowadays.

Thank your for this cool find!

Cheers David.P

Please, for the love of god, thor, satan whatever, change your avatar. I can't look at the screen long enough to read your post, even though I'm always all ears for a light weight clipboard software.
-eleman (October 06, 2014, 06:23 AM)
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Drifting off topic, but I had to respond - this is one of the subtle uses of AdBlock - it lets you hide pictures you don't like. There are a few people whose avatars annoy me too. Fine - just adblock them away and then they just vanish!

I mostly use Mouser's Clipboard Help+Spell. At times though, Ethervane Echo suits my needs better. It was developed by a DonationCoder member. It hasn't been updated since 2012 (maybe 2013) but I've not had any problems with it.

Here's where you can download and find a link to the developer's site.


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