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Is there a program or something I can use that will show me things I've copied/pasted in the past (yesterday)? If it helps, I haven't shut down the computer since then.

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If you have tiger there is a widget called iclip lite which acts as a clipboard where you load your own copied items into it. But I don't think you can retrieve something you copied and pasted from a while back.

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Butler has pasteboard recall too. Plus it's an amazing program in it's own.


edit: Upon re-reading your post I noticed you said "from yesterday". The clipboard is stored in RAM, and I'm sure that the space used to store that piece of info has been cleared. So it's impossible to get *that* piece of info back.

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Thanks for the responses. I've been looking around, and it seems these types of utilities do exist, but you can only use them to recall things that have been copied after the program has been installed...
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