In the latest version of Clipdiary, we have added a number of improvements. Now, searching saved clipboard history and pasting selected clip is faster and easier than ever.
First improvement — to start typing a search text, you no longer have to jump to the special field. Simply start typing it right on the clip list. Clipdiary will automatically place the cursor in the text box.
And second — after entering a filter, you no longer need to click on the filtered clips. Simply use the Up and Down arrow keys to select the text or image you need.
It's been a long time since Clipdiary allowed saving any text you had ever copied to clipboard to a text file (as well as text with images). The new version introduces a new feature — now you can save several clips from the database to a single file. Or, even export the entire database to a set of txt or png files.
Clipdiary supports exporting all types of text data, images and file lists. Now you can keep all your important data in one place, and it will be with you always!
Open program options or press F4 and go to the Advanced tab. You can see Incremental search item there with the following settings:
Start after - number of characters you should type before the search starts automaticaly.
Delay - is the delay after you pressed a key on a keyboard and before Clipdiary starts to search. It is 200 ms by default.
We have also corrected a bug with searching non-latin characters in the new version of Clipdiary. The search was case-insensitive when searching by latin characters and case-sensitive with non-latin characters. We fixed this. Now search by national symbols is case-insensitive.
We are currently working on a new version of Clipdiary. It will be available on September, 1. There is already added feature to highlight strings that were inserted or copied.
Our users asked to add such option. In most cases when you paste a clip from clipboard history you most likely will paste it again and again. But you copy some new items and the clip you work with is moved up in the clipboard history list. So when you open Clipdiary to paste that clip again, you need some time to find it. Now the process of looking for the used clips is simpler: they are highlighted.
The highlight is removed when you switch to another page or restart Clipdiary. If you just hide and show Clipdiary, the highlight is not removed.
You can see a screenshot of the options below.
You can set up this feature in the Options of Clipdiary. Press F4 to show Options and go to the Interface tab. There you can switch off the highlighting or choose colors of the highlighted text and background.