Steve Cook has released an updated version of Jumpcut, his open source clipboard extender.
Version 0.6 is noticeably smarter about remembering your hotkey selection for activating the app and features a built-in auto-updater.
The app’s bezel has also been reworked. The transparency is now adjustable for greater readability:
The Preferences have been worked over too, offering new options for a “Sticky” bezel and for selecting clips from the menubar icon:
Jumpcut is freeware. You can read about it , get the latest update or the source code (currently still the previous version, 0.54) from Source Forge.
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Tags: clipboard extender, clippings, keyboard shortcuts, Productivity