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Any good software out there which will store multiple (different) text copied on the clipboard?
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Download ClipMenu for Mac - Access clipboard histories via menubar or hotkey. MacUpdate.com
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I can recommend CopyClip by FIPLAB - clean, simple, non-intrusive, and does what it says on the tin:




PS they (FIPLAB) should really consider paying me some commission - all I do recently is plug their wares lol

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I've also been using ClipMenu for a couple of years and can throughly recommend it.

Recently, however, I needed to set-up an additional user on my Mac and am have some difficulty getting ClipMenu to save the 2nd users snippets.




I have tried changing the permissions on ClipMenu items including snippets.xml to no avail so if anyone has any advice I would be most grateful.

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