Clipboard Manager extension for Gnome Shell is a no-frills clipboard manager for GNOME. It adds an indicator menu to the top panel and caches your clipboard history. There’s nothing extra; no regex searching, or cross-device, multi-sync or pan-dimensional magic. Just a simple, easy to access clipboard history. I’ve never been a particularly big clipboard fan. I typically only […]
A Simple, Straightforward Clipboard Manager for GNOME, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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