ActiveX control that collects data from the Windows Clipboard and makes the data available to your application. It will retain data copied to the clipboard from any application and can be configured to collect only selected data types.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:34
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
CFList 1.0 Free tool provides list of formats currently available on the Windows clipboard. Gives the integer value to identify each format. Useful for software development using the clipboard.
TwainControlX 4.1 Ciansoft TwainControlX is an OCX control that reads images from TWAIN compliant devices such as scanners or cameras. Fully functional trial version. Images can be saved to file, copied to clipboard or to a standard image control for display.
Description: Ciansoft ClipManagerX is an ActiveX control that collects data from the Windows Clipboard and makes the data available to your application. Using ClipManagerX you can: retain all items that are copied to the clipboard (with the Windows Clipboard only the last item to be copied is available), collect data from any application running on the user's computer, configure ClipManagerX to collect only the specific data types that you require, e.g., collect text that is copied, but not images. Supports all possible clipboard formats including custom formats. Several choices are available to retrieve the collected data from the control. These include: copy the data back to the clipboard for pasting, export of an OLE variant array or obtaining a handle to a memory object containing the data.
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Swift Paste 2.1 Swift Paste is a powerful clipboard tool program. It can store multi-clipboard texts/images and easy paste these texts/images to focus window. User can also store given
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