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Description: Remember that text that was on the Clipboard twenty minutes ago, but was gone when you needed it? With Clipboard History, a Windows Clipboard manager you can access up to twenty texts previously copied to the Clipboard, using the usually idle Caps Lock key, a tray icon, or a hotkey of your choice, which will work in every Windows application.
When the key is pressed, a menu of saved texts will be shown. Select a text from this menu with the keyboard or with your mouse and it will be pasted to the current application. You can add up to twenty permanent predefined text clips (the so-called Stickies) to this menu. Clipboard History offers also advanced features like text filtering and fixing of multiline browser links.
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