• Re: How do I find Clipboard history beyond the recent copied texton Mac

    From Lewis@g.kreme@gmail.dont-email.me to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 00:11:47 2020
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    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.

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  • From Lewis@g.kreme@gmail.dont-email.me to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 17:13:21 2020
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    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.

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  • From Jolly Roger@jollyroger@pobox.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Thu Sep 17 18:00:36 2020
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    On 2020-09-17, Lewis <g.kreme@gmail.dont-email.me> 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.

    I mostly use Safari, with Firefox playing second for sites that have
    problems with Safari. Even in Windows, I prefer Firefox to anything Chrome-based.

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  • From Jolly Roger@jollyroger@pobox.com to comp.sys.mac.apps on Fri Sep 18 17:33:18 2020
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    On 2020-09-18, Darshan Beniwal <darshanbeniwal11@gmail.com> wrote:
    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?

    Google Meet works fine here on a 2019 Mac Pro running macOS 10.15.6 and
    Safari 14.0.

    Also, have you tried these in Firefox?

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