ClipViewer

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The preferences data is installed in '''ENVARC:''' (and copied automatically to '''ENV:''' at boot time)
 
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TuneNet also uses the [[InfoWindow_Class]] if installed in '''Classes''' drawer.

Revision as of 16:51, 16 April 2016

ClipViewer About Window
ClipViewer Application Window


ClipViewer Icon.png ClipViewer is a clipboard manager for AmigaOS 3 and 4. It is part of the Enhancer Software package for AmigaOS.


The main features of ClipViewer are:

  • view clips easily and quickly in a list
  • search clips for keywords
  • organise and save clips
  • stays resident in memory (started from WBStartUp) and can be invoked at any time with hotkey combination or directly in supported applications


Using ClipViewer

ClipViewer application window is hidden by default and can be invoked at any time by either using Exchanger or by using the hotkey combination of CTRL-ALT-V

Some programs such as MultiViewer and MultiEdit have direct ClipViewer support: simply select the Open ClipViewer.. option in the Edit menu.


ClipViewer MenuBar.png

The menu bar features the following icons from left to right:

  • Select a file to be copied to the clipboard
  • Save the selected clip
  • Delete the selected clip from history
  • Cut the selected clip to the clipboard
  • Copy the selected clip to the clipboard
  • Paste the selected clip
  • View the selected clip in the configured viewer
  • Edit the selected clip to the configured editor
  • Search the history
  • Open the About window


Installation Files

ClipViewer Icon.png ClipViewer is installed in the Commodities drawer (in Utilties) and runs from the WBStartUp
ClipView Library Icon.png ClipView.library is a library which is installed in the Libs drawer

The image data is installed in the Prefs/Presets/ClipViewer drawer

The preferences data is installed in ENVARC: (and copied automatically to ENV: at boot time)

TuneNet also uses the InfoWindow_Class if installed in Classes drawer.

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