Nov 11 2008
Clips is a clipboard manager that developer Conceited Software calls, “your Mac OS X clipboard and TextExpander reinvented.” Now, I’m a huge fan of TextExpander, so Clips has a lot to live up to for me.
Clips monitors your clipboard and adds anything you copy to its panel. You can even add things to the panel by dragging them to a hot corner. Within the panel, your copied items are organized according to the application you clipped them out of and the Space you were in when you did it. Clippings can also be organized using smart folders or searched. If you find that you are constantly copying the same items again and again, you can use Clips to assign an abbreviation to the clipping (like TextExpander’s snippets) or even a full-on key command. All your clips can viewed in the organizer, the panel (a vertical “dock” of clips) or “the board” (shown here-which is kind of like Dashboard for your clipboard).
Clips was updated today the version 1.1.3 with a few bug fixes. Registrations sell fro USD$29.99