Type: System
Category: Control Panels
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On: 2022-04-15 05:59:16
Updated by: InkBlot
On: 2023-08-17 16:04:26
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What is Clipfolio?

This control panel extention remembers up to 20 different items that have been copied to the clipboard and makes them available for re-copying, thereby bypassing the major 'single item' limitation.

Part of what makes a Macintosh easy to use is the fact that you can work with many kinds of information in many different applications.  Helping make this work smoothly is the ability to cut or copy information from a document in one application and paste it right into a document of a different application.  Every time you do this, the information gets put on the Macintosh's clipboard.  The clipboard is the part of your Macintosh whose sole purpose is to keep track of what you cut or copy.  Many applications let you view the current clipboard contents.

By selecting “Show Clipboard” in the Finder you get to observe what is on the clipboard right now, but if you cut or copy something else the old information is lost.  Often it would be nice to have a lot more information available to you on the clipboard.  For example, if you need something you copied 10 copies ago, or perhaps just to move a lot of information between applications, this is where Clipfolio comes in.

Clipfolio watches your work and every time you cut or copy information to the clipboard, Clipfolio copies that information.  Your information is saved and you can come back later to use it over and over while you continue copying new stuff (which is also being saved).  Clipfolio will save up to 20 of your most recent cuts or copies.  Automatically!  All you need to do is take advantage of power like this.

Ootinta Software. (1994). About Clipfolio 1.0. Electronic Document.

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System Requirements

From Mac OS 7.0 up to Mac OS 8.5

Compatibility notes

Emulating this? It could probably run under: Basilisk II

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