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Clipjump : The Ultimate Clipboard Manager [Updated 09/11/15]


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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.


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Hey AVI,

 

The cycling back and forth with control-v and control-c is absolutely not a problem from a "use" perspective.  I only mentioned it since I happened to notice it.  So yes, let it be!

 

I am using AHK_L ANSI x32 version 1.1.09.04.  Sorry I hadn't noticed the version information in the docs.

 

I believe there is only a x64 version in Unicode, no x64 in Ansi that I can see.    http://l.autohotkey.net/#Get_It

 

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Version updated to 2.2

 

Changes (All Minor)

 

  • Lower Memory Usage
  • Fixed a Minor Clipboard Cycle Bug

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Those guys who didnt saw this post but saw the above while downloading the latest copy (version 2.2) may face some bugs.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

I just forgot some facts.

It's all corrected now.


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emacs has other uses for ctrl-C and ctrl-V, so I'd really like to be able to suppress ClipJump in that application. Any chance of adding options for an "applications-to-omit list"?



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Yes, supressing in a particular application is possible.

I havent added a direct option to do that , you will have to do some code - editing.

 

But, for best help ,can you tell me what does Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V does in emacs.


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In emacs, ctrl-v scrolls forward one page. ctrl-c is involved in a few command sequences that aren't used as often. Most seriously: ctrl-x is the prefix to a very large number of the most common emacs command control sequences.



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Ok, got it ...

But why supress, dont you want to enjoy Multiple Clipboards in emacs. I mean change the shortcuts in the script . 

 

Download the source from Github .

Open the  Clipjump.ahk   file.

Do find and replace as follows ----

^v   with    #v
^x   with    #x
^Space   with   #Space
^S    with     #S
^c   with    #c

Now, Win will be your paste key and the key to hold.

Press Win + V to paste, hold Win and press V/C to cycle and so on..


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Thanks for a great app Avi, all issues I had with ClipStep are now resolved

 

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Thanks ! Luke .

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Hi Avi,

 

Thanks again for Clipjump.  One thing I noticed is that when copying a cell from Microsoft Excel it copies 2 or 3 or sometimes 4 times and thereby fills 2, 3 or 4 clips in a row.

 

It does it even when I send a ^c from a script.  I have not modified your original code since I don't have the source only the .exe.

 

The info I pasted on your blog regarding the stingtrim was for another program I wrote in AHK to trim 0D0A off the end of a copied Excel cell.  I always buffer my IO, in other words, I write the Clipboard to another variable before doing anything with it.  So far I have not written back to the ClipBoard.

 

I think there may be an inherent problem with the Microsoft Office ClipBoard conflicting with the AHK ClipBoard.  I wish there was a way I could completely shut off the Excel (MS Office) ClipBoard.

 

I really like the bitmap clip preview, that's really helpful!

 

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I keep getting this Error dialogbox while trying to run the .ahk file

 

Any solution?

 

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Hey, Simple reason.

You or another program might have edited it.

 

See here for the original imagelib.ahk.

 

As you can see line 1 has no `utf  in first line.

 

Try re-downloading it.


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Hi Avi,

 

Another nice feature of ClipStep that was nice is that Skrommel and Chris had an index (ClipIndex) that keeps track of where you are in the clips and where you stop or release the index stays there so that the next time you ^v it pastes where you last indexed to.  Very handy, this way when you find your clip you can paste it multiple times if needed without having to cycle back through each time.

 

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