Glippy v.0.5

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Glippy is a clipboard manager for GNOME. It's written in Mono and is able to: - store text, rich content, files and images from keyboard clipboard - store text from mouse clipboard - synchronize clipboards - upload to pastebin.com (text) and imgur.com (images) - manage snippets, which are stored texts available in menu - manage actions, which executes on current clipboard content - create screenshots and pick colors - paste content immediately after selection of previous item - show tray icon / application indicator - show menu by global keyboard shortcut - restore previous content after reset.

Glippy is a clipboard manager for GNOME. It's ...

 
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