iClip Lite Widget
iClip Lite Widget
2.0.1

4.5

iClip Lite Widget free download for Mac

iClip Lite Widget

2.0.1
05 August 2006

Widget version of iClip.

Overview

iClip Lite Widget is a free Dashboard widget version of the award-winning iClip. It features stylish graphics and animation by the talented Mac theme artist, Pe8er.

iClip lite is a multiple clipboard & scrapbook widget designed to improve your efficiency and productivity for most tasks you do on your computer. It enables you to quickly to store and retrieve snippets of information like text, pictures, Internet addresses and more in its multiple "clip bins".

What's new in iClip Lite Widget

Version 2.0.1:
  • Fixed a bug where clip bins would sometimes disappear
  • Fixed a bug where part of the widget would sometimes get cut-off when flipping to the back side
  • Fixed a bug where the scroll bar would sometimes extend past the end of its track
  • Fixed a bug where the clip buttons would sometimes have the wrong enabled state

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Anonymous
27 May 2005

Most helpful

Excellent widget, looks like it will be a vital part of my workflow!
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Version 1.0pb
Joshk
06 May 2008
I like this widget and have used it quite a bit, but ever since upgrading comps and to Leopard, text clippings don't really show up in the preview window.
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Version 2.0.1
Pluto198
01 September 2006
Update: Version 2.0.1 seems to have fixed all strange bugs with the clip bins.
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Version 2.0.1
Pluto198
27 July 2006
Version 2.0 is very buggy. Sometimes when first loaded, it only shows 3 "wells" even though the widget is sized to show 5. But when you scroll over there are more wells after the 2 empty spots. Also, sometimes when you mouseover a disabled button it lights up and becomes enabled. (when there is nothing in a well, you can click the delete clip button.) Nothing major, just letting you know.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
13 October 2005
Hey, I updated some software and had to restart and discovered that this thing remembered what I'd loaded across the reboot!!!
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
12 October 2005
Way cool, useful, the price is right. And you don't have to memorize any wierd keyboard commands to use it. And the kind of goofy Sci-Fi interface is cool. Only problem: with the small portals, if you're storing something like text clippings it can be a bit hard to remember what's where. And it would be nice if the active portal could be indicated by some kind of special visual cue.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
30 July 2005
Brilliant! Sooo useful.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
09 June 2005
The Widget version is no real replacement for iClip. I don't want to think whether I'll need this or that clip later, or not. And if I don't manually activate the widget, the clip is lost - the standard Mac OS way. Besides, even if I try to clip into the Widget, it often does not react at all. So - forget about it. Not everything that is free is useful just because it doesn't cost a cent.
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Version 1.1
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Anonymous
09 June 2005
Yeah, and who needs a button file launcher??? Ever heard of LaunchBar & Quicksilver? (They are what Spotlight was meant to be.) :-D
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
09 June 2005
Great Widget, I was waiting for someone to release a sort of virtual Dock you could access through Dashboard so you could launch apps quickly....and this already very handy widget now does it! Nice!
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
30 May 2005
It's pretty good. A couple of things to make it even better: 1) a preference to resize the widget (it takes up way too much screen real estate as it is); 2) enable horizontal scrolling for mice that have a scroll wheel.
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Version 1.0b2
Anonymous
30 May 2005
It's Awesome! Thanks for keeping it free!
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Version 1.0b2