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Getting Started

Jack the Clipper
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Okay, this looks like a great program. I've long used a clipboard enhancer and this looks like a good one. Only I think you need a short getting started guide. Hard to figure out first steps. For instance, to me the program seems near-useless without a shortcut key assigned to the clipboard manager. Only the hotkey dialog calls it the history menu, and I'm wondering is it the clipboard manager or the history menu.
So, is there a getting started guide, and I just missed it?
Apr 7, 2018  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
There isn't at the moment, but it's on our list to do!

The HotKey list is referencing the different tabs in the Clipboard Manager. So the "Show History" hotkey opens the Clipboard Manager window to the History tab.

Hope that helps! If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
Apr 9, 2018  • #2
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I downloaded the trial, and it looks like a awesome tool. I was using ClipX in de WinXP times but that is no longer supported.
However i have no clue how to get started with this program. a Getting Started webpage would be very welcome.
Also a preset for the hotkeys would be nice. Or are you willing to share your own hotkeys?
Aug 11, 2018  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Surprisingly I don't have that many hotkeys actually

I have a bunch of custom macros that I use internally with hotkeys, but as for the defaults, I just set the "Show History Menu" hotkey to Shift + Ctrl + V, and on the Clipboard Manager tab, I have "Keep Clipboard Manager open after losing focus" enabled, "Clipboard Manager always on top" disabled, and "Enable one key navigation" enabled.

I also have the "Don't select the first item when using One Key Navigation" option enabled in the Advanced Settings window. That way if I only press Shift + Ctrl + V once, it will open the Clipboard Manager and stay open, if I press it, keep holding Shift + Ctrl, and then keep tapping V, it will still move down the list and paste when I let go of Shift + Ctrl.

Hope that helps!
Aug 14, 2018  • #4
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