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CopyPaste Pro is like Time Machine for your Clipboard!

The latest incarnation of the one and only, award-winning, easy-to-use, multiple-clipboard-editing, archive and display utility. See and edit any clip in your history of copies or in the more permanent clip archives. Use the new Clip Browser (horizontal) or Clip Palette (vertical) to see all clipboards in an instant. Save all clipboards through restarts. Tools to act on clipboard data. Never lose a clip again. CopyPaste is a time saver/life saver for all Mac beginners through advanced users.

If you have never tried it, now is the time, it operates invisibly more...

What's New

Version 3.5.1:
  • Now requires OS X 10.6 or later on an Intel64 architecture
  • Fixes pasting extra return into Apple Numbers, Keynote, and Pages.

Requirements

  • OS X 10.6 or later

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I've lost much time trying other apps but this is the only one to my knowledge that you can use with Command-V shortcut, making it totally integrated in your workflow right from the start, without the need to learn other shortcuts or tinker more...

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Version 3.3.3
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ralpha9097 Member IconReview+0
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Yay! It's back! I've always wondered why it was never included in their OS. Why limit to 1 clipboard that disappears when you re-boot? Great additions now and bug free as far as I can tell. I've had an Apple since the Apple II. Kudos!
Ralph, Woodstock, NY

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Version 3.5
PaulB4231 Member IconReview+0
PaulB4231
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CopyPaste Pro has been my essential utility for at least a decade. I know it's not the only multiple clipboard utility out there but it's mine. As far as I'm concerned it's part of the operating system.

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Version 3.5
Bdikkat Member IconComment+207
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Aargh! Still wreaks havoc when you try to copy and paste with Numbers in Mavericks! Maybe other apps too?

I really want it to work because I don't know of another clipboard handler which has the great command-c-[whatever] to copy some item in the history and command-v-[whatever] to paste one.

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Version 3.5
Derekcurrie
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V3.5.1 addresses this problem. It's good to see the developer caring about CPP again.

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Derekcurrie
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Version 3.5 is out. It works better with OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Check the developer site for the update.

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Version 3.4
IwaoA2586 Member IconReview+1
IwaoA2586
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I have been using CopyPaste for nearly twenty years.
I use only a few core features such as...

- save clipboard history automatically [cmd + c]
- paste the history item without using mouse [cmd + v + v to bring up the clip browser].
- copying to/pasting from the clip archive [e.g. cmd + c + 1 to copy and cmd + v + 1 to paste]

but it improves my productivity a lot.
And the last bug I had reported was fixed within a few days (they sent me a pre-released version for testing).

Great product!

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Version 3.4
BillF5312 Member IconReview+1
BillF5312
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Doesn't play nice with OS X Mavericks. The developer says that it does.

Wrote to Plum Amazing software and explained the problem. One week later: still no response.

That;s why their name is Plum Amazing.

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Version 3.4
raimundhorst
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same problems here with Mavericks, no answer from the developer. Using normal copy/paste function within Apple Numbers only with mistakes, switch off CopyPastePro and Numbers will function normally

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Bluestar
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Great little utility but 10.9 Mavericks breaks it. Hope to have an update soon...

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Version 3.4
Derekcurrie Member IconComment+715
Derekcurrie
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Sometimes I want to shoot the developer.

When version 3.3.3 was updated to version 3.4 on my OS X 10.8.x Mac Mini, the update popped up automatically and just worked and fixed a bug that had annoyed me for years. Thank you.

But the version 3.4 update NEVER showed up on my OS X 10.7.x MacBook. I'd expected it would and forgot about it. So today, over three months after the 3.4 update, I am figuring out why CopyPaste stopped 'beep'ing when I copy on my MacBook, casually check for updates, and oh yeah it forgot to automatically figure out there was the 3.4 update, here you go.

Where is my gun?

Anyway, at least the developer occasionally updates and this is a nice update. It's better than nothing. But oh what a clunk-fest CopyPaste has become. Sheesh. Do try harder Peter. I used to be a fan.

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Version 3.4
Phoney Baloney Member IconReview+5
Phoney Baloney
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I have used CPP since v. 2.x. I installed v. 3.x, and Bean would not work. (No, they had not shifted to TextEdit yet. It simply did not work.) My multiple emails to tech support went unanswered.
I uninstalled 3.x and re-installed 2.x. I has worked as usual until recently, when Bean was broken again.
I have not found a product that is superior to CopyPaste Pro in terms of speed and accessibility. I work very fast, doing legal research and writing at great speed, gobbling up text from legal authorities. CPP works pretty well for that purpose. Nevertheless, it is not perfect. I would shop around first.

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Version 3.4
Aargl Member IconReview+354
Aargl
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I've lost much time trying other apps but this is the only one to my knowledge that you can use with Command-V shortcut, making it totally integrated in your workflow right from the start, without the need to learn other shortcuts or tinker with a menu item or a popping sidebar, etc. Just copy then paste normally! (I've set it that way so I can press multiple times Command-V to get to the clip I need)
I also like the Shift+mouse to the edge to make history appear, when I need an older clip, and also the fact that when you paste a clip that way it becomes the first ready to be pasted if you need it more than once in a row.
Nevertheless, I must agree with the other gentlemen here that there are historical bugs such as Command-C suddenly not working (I think it's because I've typed another shortcut right after it): my workaround is to go to the Edit menu and do the Copy that way, then it works again.
I've noticed different bugs in QuarkXpress where, for example, the last letter is added twice if you paste something in the Find window; more boring styles are sometimes lost when pasting multiple paragraphs.
But as I can't find a real competitor, I stick to Copypaste until someday... :-)
On the price side, I find all those multiple clipboard softwares pretty expensive for something that should have been integrated decades ago in Mac OS... (so when you bought one, you're not keen on paying 30 bucks once again for another one, even if it has some bugs)

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Version 3.3.3
Aargl
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I also suspect a bug that makes MS Word crash.
An exclude list of softwares would be great!

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Version 3.4
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Version 3.3.2
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Downloads 92,073
Version Downloads 1,377
Type Utilities / System
License Shareware
Date 15 May 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $30.00
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