JumpCut is a great open source MacOSX application that allows you to access your clipboard. No big deal, right? Wrong. It’s like the history command for commandline, but for your clipboard. So now you have a clipboard history. What does that mean?
That means that if you cut and paste something, and then used the command to cut and paste something else, then the first thing is gone usually, but with JumpCut, it’s still existing. So you can scroll through with a keyboard shortcut and access other things that you did without having to repeat the same commands or process.
Now that’s pretty cool. And on top of it, it’s open source. Can’t get any better than that.
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