• How do I find Clipboard history beyond the recent copied text on Mac

    From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Tue Sep 15 18:40:44 2020
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    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text? I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most recent copied text.

    Mac Overview: MacBook Air (early 2015), High Sierra 10.13.2
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  • From nospam@nospam@nospam.invalid to comp.sys.mac.apps on Tue Sep 15 21:41:49 2020
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    In article <4a609a66-12a3-49ac-a69f-d38a82494af0o@googlegroups.com>,
    Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text? I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most recent copied text.

    not unless you use a clipboard manager that tracks it.
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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Tue Sep 15 18:45:49 2020
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    On Wednesday, 16 September 2020 07:11:56 UTC+5:30, nospam wrote:
    In article <4a609a66-12a3-49ac-a69f-d38a82494af0o@googlegroups.com>,
    Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text?
    I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most recent copied text.

    not unless you use a clipboard manager that tracks it.

    How I can access clipboard manager? Could you please show me some steps?
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  • From nospam@nospam@nospam.invalid to comp.sys.mac.apps on Tue Sep 15 21:50:32 2020
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    In article <34c00271-e920-4554-8263-83cc81f7b200o@googlegroups.com>,
    Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text?
    I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most recent copied
    text.

    not unless you use a clipboard manager that tracks it.

    How I can access clipboard manager? Could you please show me some steps?

    it's a third party product and there are several available, some free
    and some paid.

    search for mac clipboard manager and pick one that fits your needs.
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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Tue Sep 15 18:54:27 2020
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    On Wednesday, 16 September 2020 07:20:40 UTC+5:30, nospam wrote:
    In article <34c00271-e920-4554-8263-83cc81f7b200o@googlegroups.com>,
    Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text?
    I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most recent copied
    text.

    not unless you use a clipboard manager that tracks it.

    How I can access clipboard manager? Could you please show me some steps?

    it's a third party product and there are several available, some free
    and some paid.

    search for mac clipboard manager and pick one that fits your needs.

    Okay Got it
    Thanks
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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Wed Sep 16 15:44:42 2020
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    On 2020-09-16 01:40:44 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied text? I can see in Finder<edit<show clipboard , there is only most
    recent copied text.

    Mac Overview: MacBook Air (early 2015), High Sierra 10.13.2

    You can only access that with programs that add that utility to the OS.
    I use Keyboad Maestro for that, even though it is a very small part of
    KM's scope.

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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 01:48:41 2020
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    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 05:41:52 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <rju4gq$28q$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-16 01:40:44 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied >> text?

    There is no clipboard history on the Mac and there never has been. The clipboard holds only one item at a time.

    You can only access that with programs that add that utility to the OS.
    I use Keyboad Maestro for that, even though it is a very small part of KM's scope.

    Yep, there are lot of third party apps that provide this. I use
    LaunchBar myself.

    --
    My screesaver is tail -f /var/log/mail.log
    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?
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  • From Percival John Hackworth@pjh@nanoworks.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 09:57:20 2020
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    On 17-Sep-2020 at 1:48:41AM PDT, "Darshan Beniwal"
    <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 05:41:52 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <rju4gq$28q$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-16 01:40:44 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied >> >> text?

    There is no clipboard history on the Mac and there never has been. The
    clipboard holds only one item at a time.

    You can only access that with programs that add that utility to the OS. >> > I use Keyboad Maestro for that, even though it is a very small part of >> > KM's scope.

    Yep, there are lot of third party apps that provide this. I use
    LaunchBar myself.

    --
    My screesaver is tail -f /var/log/mail.log

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    I use PasteBox. It save clippings in there original format. I can afford the $4.99 through the Apple Store.

    I tried clipboard history pro but it only worked inside Chrome, not all the other apps I use, even Virtual Box, Word, Photoshop, Media Rage, etc.

    --
    DeeDee, don't press that button! DeeDee! NO! Dee...


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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 03:04:06 2020
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    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 15:27:23 UTC+5:30, Percival John Hackworth wrote:
    On 17-Sep-2020 at 1:48:41AM PDT, "Darshan Beniwal" <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 05:41:52 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <rju4gq$28q$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-16 01:40:44 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    Is there any way to find the clipboard history beyond the recent copied
    text?

    There is no clipboard history on the Mac and there never has been. The
    clipboard holds only one item at a time.

    You can only access that with programs that add that utility to the OS.
    I use Keyboad Maestro for that, even though it is a very small part of
    KM's scope.

    Yep, there are lot of third party apps that provide this. I use
    LaunchBar myself.

    --
    My screesaver is tail -f /var/log/mail.log

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is "clipboard history pro". Its
    super cool to use and free. Even your chrome is not opened still can track on
    your copied texts from any app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    I use PasteBox. It save clippings in there original format. I can afford the $4.99 through the Apple Store.
    Okay, it may be good choice
    I tried clipboard history pro but it only worked inside Chrome, not all the other apps I use, even Virtual Box, Word, Photoshop, Media Rage, etc.
    I just checked that clipboard history pro can save copied texts from any app somehow. May be some permission issue.

    --
    DeeDee, don't press that button! DeeDee! NO! Dee...
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  • From Jolly Roger@jollyroger@pobox.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 16:38:39 2020
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    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is
    "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your
    chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Chrome hogs RAM, uses way more CPU than necessary, eating battery life
    on portable devices, and also uses too much disk space. It’s very
    inefficient in terms of energy usage, and is definitely a bad choice for
    mobile devices.

    Reference: <https://www.guidingtech.com/59385/battery-conserving-mac-browsers/>

    "Safari beat all the other browsers on the Mac in terms of power
    efficiency. In fact, it really wasn't even close. Some of the other
    browsers had higher energy impacts without video than Safari did with
    video.

    While only having one tab open for Guiding Tech, Safari’s energy impact fluctuated between 0 and 3. At some points it got down as low to 0.2,
    but generally hovered around 2. With a video playing, it fluctuated
    between 10 and 20 but stayed around 12.

    Safari has the best power efficiency out of any browser I tested. And
    the convenient part about that is your Mac already has it installed."

    Chrome, on the other hand, is made by Google, a company that makes money
    by selling information about its users to shady businesses that use its advertising networks. It’s optimized to do one thing well: display
    targeted ads based on your browsing behavior.

    "Opera, Chrome and Firefox were all pretty close to each other with their scores. Generally speaking, with just Guiding Tech as the sole open tab,
    they each had an energy impact of 10 to 15. Like Safari, they would
    fluctuate too. Once again, when a YouTube video started playing in a
    second tab, energy impacts jumped up to between 40 and 60 and would
    fluctuate for all of them.

    These scores are significantly higher than Safari’s scores and thus,
    these browsers have more of a negative impact on battery life."

    So that's a bug NOPE for me, right off the bat.

    Further reading:

    <http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20120426095831578>

    <https://superuser.com/questions/657352/chrome-using-7-6gb-of-disk-space-has-a-file-5-9gb-that-hasnt-been-accessed-for>

    <https://www.thegeekinfo.com/2016/09/fix-google-chrome-memory-leak-issue-high-ram-usage.html>

    <https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/chrome-makes-my-cpu-hot.2810707/>

    <https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/100-cpu-usage-google-chrome.3196295/>

    ...and so on.

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    I often ignore posts from Google. Use a real news client instead.

    JR
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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 21:19:52 2020
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    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is
    "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your
    chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any
    app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I
    need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows
    in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't
    even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do
    with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating

    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic. But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.
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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 22:50:10 2020
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    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is
    "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your
    chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any
    app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I
    need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows
    in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't
    even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do
    with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating

    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic.
    But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google
    Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon. I have to
    type in my full id/pass every single time. I moved to FireFox and
    though I'm not as comfortable with it, it works.

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  • From Lewis@g.kreme@gmail.dont-email.me to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 05:56:29 2020
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    In message <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is
    "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your
    chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any
    app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I
    need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows >>> in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't
    even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do
    with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating

    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic.
    But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google
    Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon.

    No issues here. Did you set Safari to always open private browsing
    windows?

    In fact, Safari is, if anything, much better about remembering that I am
    logged in to sites that Firefox of Chrome.


    --
    Keep Virginia clean...throw your trash into Maryland.
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  • From nospam@nospam@nospam.invalid to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 01:58:29 2020
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    In article <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me>, gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon. I have to
    type in my full id/pass every single time. I moved to FireFox and
    though I'm not as comfortable with it, it works.

    don't block cookies.
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  • From Darshan Beniwal@darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 01:03:33 2020
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.mac.apps

    On Friday, 18 September 2020 11:28:36 UTC+5:30, nospam wrote:
    In article <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me>, gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon. I have to
    type in my full id/pass every single time. I moved to FireFox and
    though I'm not as comfortable with it, it works.

    don't block cookies.

    After COVID-19, a virtual era rises. Therefore, some virtual meetings apps i.e. google meet and SOCOCO are not working in safari. But these work in chrome. Any comments?
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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 12:52:59 2020
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.mac.apps

    On 2020-09-18 05:58:29 +0000, nospam said:

    In article <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me>, gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not
    "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon. I have to
    type in my full id/pass every single time. I moved to FireFox and
    though I'm not as comfortable with it, it works.

    don't block cookies.

    They aren't blocked.

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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 12:57:15 2020
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    On 2020-09-18 05:56:29 +0000, Lewis said:

    In message <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:

    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is
    "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your >>>>>> chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any >>>>>> app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I >>>> need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows >>>> in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't >>>> even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do >>>> with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating

    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic. >>> But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google
    Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not
    "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon.

    No issues here. Did you set Safari to always open private browsing
    windows?

    Nope, though back when it worked I don't remember every doing that
    either. I'll give it a shot.

    In fact, Safari is, if anything, much better about remembering that I am logged in to sites that Firefox of Chrome.


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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 13:30:58 2020
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    On 2020-09-18 19:57:15 +0000, gtr said:

    On 2020-09-18 05:56:29 +0000, Lewis said:

    In message <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>>>>
    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is >>>>>>> "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your >>>>>>> chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any >>>>>>> app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I >>>>> need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows >>>>> in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't >>>>> even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do >>>>> with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating >>>>
    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic. >>>> But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google
    Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not >>> "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon.

    No issues here. Did you set Safari to always open private browsing
    windows?

    Nope, though back when it worked I don't remember every doing that
    either. I'll give it a shot.

    In fact, Safari is, if anything, much better about remembering that I am
    logged in to sites that Firefox of Chrome.

    I certainly never had that turned on before. Nope, it still demands
    log in every time.

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  • From Lewis@g.kreme@gmail.dont-email.me to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 20:50:35 2020
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.mac.apps

    In message <rk33er$pqc$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 05:56:29 +0000, Lewis said:

    In message <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>>>>
    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is >>>>>>> "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your >>>>>>> chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any >>>>>>> app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft
    Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I >>>>> need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows >>>>> in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't >>>>> even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do >>>>> with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating >>>>
    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic. >>>> But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google
    Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not >>> "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon.

    No issues here. Did you set Safari to always open private browsing
    windows?

    Nope, though back when it worked I don't remember every doing that
    either. I'll give it a shot.

    Sorry, I wasn't clear. If you set it to private, then it will never
    remember login status.

    --
    Disorder is merely the order you were not looking for." Henri Bergson
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  • From gtr@xxx@yyy.zzz to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 22:39:37 2020
    From Newsgroup: comp.sys.mac.apps

    On 2020-09-18 20:50:35 +0000, Lewis said:

    In message <rk33er$pqc$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 05:56:29 +0000, Lewis said:

    In message <rk1hqi$ero$1@dont-email.me> gtr <xxx@yyy.zzz> wrote:
    On 2020-09-18 04:19:52 +0000, Darshan Beniwal said:

    On Thursday, 17 September 2020 22:43:27 UTC+5:30, Lewis wrote:
    In message <hshhofFp7tlU1@mid.individual.net> Jolly Roger
    <jollyroger@pobox.com> wrote:
    On 2020-09-17, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>>>>>
    I can see most of clipboard manager are paid i.e. Keyboad
    Maestro,LaunchBar etc. Anyway I found an chrome extension that is >>>>>>>> "clipboard history pro". Its super cool to use and free. Even your >>>>>>>> chrome is not opened still can track on your copied texts from any >>>>>>>> app/finder...amazing!!!....your thoughts on the same please?

    Since you asked, Chrome doesn't see light of day on my Macs.

    Yeah, Chrome is off my systems. When I need chrome, I run Microsoft >>>>>> Edge.

    Safari is what I use nearly all the time, but there are a few things I >>>>>> need "chrome" for (for example, roll20 doesn't work with pop-out windows >>>>>> in Safari) and Edge is, shockingly, the best Chrome out there. I don't >>>>>> even need to jump through ridiculous holes for a chrome addon like I do >>>>>> with chromium.

    --
    "He is simply a shiver looking for a spine to run up." - Paul Keating >>>>>
    Yeah, same here. Most of time I always work with safari. Its fantastic. >>>>> But for some webpage, I have to move to chrome. For example, Google >>>>> Colab is not stable in safari for python purposes.

    I recently gave up on Safari after many years. it inexplicably will not >>>> "remember" me at log-in sites: Netflix, NYTimes, Amazon.

    No issues here. Did you set Safari to always open private browsing
    windows?

    Nope, though back when it worked I don't remember every doing that
    either. I'll give it a shot.

    Sorry, I wasn't clear. If you set it to private, then it will never
    remember login status.

    It's never been set to private until earlier today when I tried it. So
    that isn't the issue.

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