Not ready for Mountain Lion!
I bought this program as a potential replacement for ClipMenu, which is apparently no longer being actively developed. I thought, with a program in active development, I would be more prepared for the future. Well, as a matter of fact, ClipMenu always worked - and still does so in Mountain Lion - Scrapbook does not fully work in ML. First, the Help function only flickers and is unusable. Second, when a "clip" is selected in the menu, it is NOT being pasted at the cursor position. There is a preference for it, which does not work in ML. Maybe it does so in older systems, but not now. This is the ONE most important function of such a program. It does what is needed, though, when the clip is selected in the black "Scrapbook window". But why then are the clips also shown in the drop down menu? Maybe it works with some modifier key, but why doesn't it work as you'd expect?
Furthermore, the program is overloaded with functions instead of being focussed on what really matters. The "idle timer" has nothing to do with the program's purpose - why is it there, and why can't we at least hide it from the menu? Why do the "Bonjour" entries still show up in the menu when the function has been switched off in the preferences? Why are "options" and "preferences" separated?