How to Access Clipboard (Copy & Paste) History in Ubuntu via GPaste

For those doing copy & paste actions frequently in Ubuntu Linux, GPaste remembers the clipboard history and allows to find them easily via few click. The clipboard is the place to store the text, image, file path and all the stuff that you last copied (or cut). The content in clipboard will be overwritten once… Continue reading How to Access Clipboard (Copy & Paste) History in Ubuntu via GPaste

CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.13.0 Released with New Script / Commands

CopyQ, free open-source advanced clipboard managing software, released version 3.13.0 with new script function and command line options. CopyQ 3.13.0 release highlights: New focusPrevious() script function to activate window that was focused before the main window. Export now write data to a temporary file before saving. Display command are now also applied on item preview… Continue reading CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.13.0 Released with New Script / Commands

CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.10 Released (How to Install)

CopyQ clipboard editor released version 3.10.0 a day ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.10. CopyQ is a free open-source clipboard editor with editing and scripting features. It monitors system clipboard and saves its content in customized tabs. Saved clipboard can be later copied and pasted directly into any… Continue reading CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.10 Released (How to Install)

How to Install CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.9.3 in Ubuntu 19.10

CopyQ, an open-source clipboard manager with editing and scripting features, released version 3.9.3 a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.04, and Ubuntu 19.10. CopyQ 3.9.3 features new loadTheme() script function loads theme from INI file. And there are also following changes in the release: Currently selected… Continue reading How to Install CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.9.3 in Ubuntu 19.10

CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.9.1 Released (How-to Install)

CopyQ, open-source clipboard manager with editing and scripting feature, released version 3.9.1 today. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu. CopyQ 3.9.1 release highlights: Commands are moved to a separate configuration file “copyq-commands.ini”. Horizontal tabs in the configuration dialog were replaced with a list of sections so it’s possible to view all of the sections… Continue reading CopyQ Clipboard Manager 3.9.1 Released (How-to Install)