One minor comment: I noticed that when you are cycling through the clips using the control-v and control-c, if you are cycling forward using control-v and then go back using control -c, the program responds immediately to go to the previously clip (i.e., if you're on clip #4 it and then hit control-c it goes back to clip #3). However, if you you perform the same cycling forward using control-v then backwards using control-c, and then want to go forward again it take two presses of control-v to actually proceed on to the next clip. I've noticed that if you are on a clip that is long text and it uses ">>>more", the ">>>more" will come up on the existing clip with the first press of control-v and then the next clip will come up on the second press of control-v. If it's just a short 2 or three word clip it still takes 2 presses of control-v to go forward again to the next clip. It's not an issue for me, but I figured I'd pass it on. I'm not sure what's happening there.
I knew that problem since the first release. It arises due to order of assigning variables and modifying them in Moveback and Paste subroutines.
It's really not a hurting problem, is it ??
Fixing that will require some extra steps and variables.
and I really keen on making Clipjump light, fast and as less on memory as possible. So, let it be.
As for version for compiling, If you have downloaded the source
you might be having Readme(Source).txt along with the package.
Use only with AutoHotkey_L-32 bit ANSI version.
Also the uncompiled script has in its comments,the above.
Probably,you missed them.
[REMOVED] By the way, I think it should work fine with
AHK_L ANSI 64-bit, not sure though.