Gnome Clipboard History is a Gnome extension that saves what you've copied into an easily accessible, searchable history panel. (by SUPERCILEX)

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gnome-clipboard-history reviews and mentions

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  • How come there is no proper clipboard manager in Ubuntu?
    2 projects | /r/Ubuntu | 3 Jun 2023
  • What is the best GUI based clipboard?
    4 projects | /r/archlinux | 14 Apr 2023
    Clipboard History
  • What are your must-have extensions?
    11 projects | /r/gnome | 11 Apr 2023 – it's a 10x boost to my productivity since my daily job is copying snippets of code from StackOverflow /s
  • Extensions you can't live without?
    15 projects | /r/gnome | 15 Jan 2023
    AppIndicator and KStatusNotifierItem Support Because it's needed, and GS doesn't provide for it. Bluetooth Quick Connect Until GS supports this by default. [Caffeine] Because that's how it should be by default. Clipboard History Because I frequently need several bits of text to paste at different times, and my workflow is often non-linear. ddterm Because I frequently use the terminal for small one-off operations and I prefer to summon and dismiss the terminal with one keystroke whenever needed. Besides, it's one of the best terminal emulators for GS. Dim On Battery Power Because GS doesn't do that, and it should. GSConnect Obviously. Hot Edge Because it greatly simplifies workflow and eliminates the need for a dock extension. Primary Input on LockScreen Because Gnome devs haven't fixed this bug for ages, and it's frustrating to have non-latin layouts even available for the system password input. Unite Because it takes care of focusing windows that demand attention and removing titlebars on maximized windows (precious vertical real estate). I also use it for aesthetic purposes: to remove the Activities button, to display the current window title instead of it (very handy with maximized browser - shows the page title using almost all the space left of the clock), and also to shrink the distance between panel items (Unite does it better than Just Perfection).
  • How active are the extensions dev's?
    6 projects | /r/gnome | 3 Oct 2022
    -For the Clipboard Manager, I couldn't find the one you mean, but I had good experiences with Clipboard History by SUPERCILEX (I'm using it right now to copy the links). Clipman by popov895 seem pretty similair but I haven't tested it. Pano - Clipboard Manager by alperenelhan is a fairly new one that looks awesome, but is still missing some features I need.
  • Problem with Nobara Official ISO 2022-08-23 (Gnome with KDE-like Layout)
    3 projects | /r/NobaraProject | 28 Aug 2022
    ArcMenu, Blur my Shell, Clipboard History, Dash to Panel, Desktop Icons, Pop Shell and Sound Input and Output Device Chooser are the ones used while also switching "AppIndicator and KStatusNotifierItem Support" on.
  • left windows 11 for fedora and currently loving gnome rn what should i do?
    7 projects | /r/gnome | 2 Aug 2022
    A more performant and newer alternative to clipboard indicator is clipboard history
  • Webdev LPT: Use Windows+V on your keyboard to enable multiple copy-paste items
    3 projects | /r/webdev | 31 Jul 2022
    On Ubuntu, Fedora, and similar, this is probably the best-integrated one:
  • Thoughts on my Gnome Desktop?
    4 projects | /r/gnome | 21 Jul 2022
    Clipboard History
  • Why does GNOME lack a clipboard manager?
    3 projects | /r/gnome | 12 Jul 2022
    The Github page says better performance and bugfixes.
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