iClip - iHate it... anything better out there?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by OldCorpse, Sep 9, 2006.

  1. OldCorpse macrumors 65816

    OldCorpse

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    OK, I downloaded iClip 3.7 from maczot when they were giving it away for free. I read nothing but raves on macupdate and everywhere else...

    ...but I hate it. Makes me think it's me that's the problem... think I'm definitely missing something.

    Here's what I like about it: you can position it anywhere, seems to really work as far as grabbing whatever i copy and also works when I want to paste. So far so good.

    Here's what I absolutely hate: it is sooooooo limited!!!!!! Every clipboard has a handfull of bins, and when you run out of bins, it's supposed to store your clips in the clipboard recorder... WELL IT DOESN'T!!

    I also hate the fact - absolutely hate - that the clipboard will push out new clips when the bins are full, which happens REAL FAST. Poof! You just lost your clip! I lost tons of stuff that I was copying, important stuff. It's not in the clipboard recorder, it is nowhere.

    I guess what I was hoping was for something that would store almost an unlimited number of clips, or at least ARCHIVE them!!! NOT LOSE THEM???!!!

    If all iClip is, is simply a slightly souped up regular clipboard that has a few more clips, then this is not worth bothering about - and I'm junking this app immediately.

    What I want is something like iClip, but that STORES tons of clips as many as I wish AND DOES NOT LOSE THEM.

    Is there such an app? TIA!
     
  2. 20rogersc macrumors 65816

    20rogersc

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    I remember using iSnip a while ago . . .

    ::20ROGERSC::
     
  3. Applespider macrumors G4

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    You could try using the Shelf and Clipboard in Quicksilver that you can set up to use with up to 50? clips...
     

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