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Fixed a small issue with selecting dates from the history screen.
The history screen (images) now has a search box, allowing you to search through all of your copied images over time

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ClipboardWatcher

Watches your clipboard and saves the data allowing you to look back upon your copies over time


Text

This is the default view when starting up ClipboardWatcher. It shows every line of text you copied (right click copy on something, or ctrl + C)

You can delete records by selecting one or multiple and pressing the DEL key on your keyboard

Images

In this view you can look back at the images you have copied, either by pressing key combinations of the print screen button, using ctr+c on images or right click copying them. The images you see here are already saved on your hard drive If you wish to delete the images you can right click delete or choose one of the other options.

Options:

  • Rename | Renames the image file name to your input
  • Edit | Opens the image in paint so you can edit it
  • Delete | Deletes the image from ClipboardWatcher and from your hard drive

The "Open containing folder..." Opens the folder where the image is saved in windows explorer

Double click an image to open it in windows photo viewer

History

Here, you can look back at your history of copies over time. Select a year/month/day and you will be able to look back on the images or text you have copied over time

Select the Image history button (Default) to look back at the images you have copied

Select the Text history Button to look back at the text you have copied

Depending on how long you have been using ClipboardWatcher, you can take a look back through time

For copied images, simply select the file name in the right hand panel after having selected a date

And here too, you can right click the file name and choose from one of the options

You can also look at these image/text copies on your hard drive instead of through ClipboardWatcher, whichever you prefer.

Settings

Here you can set where ClipboardWatcher should store the copied text/images. This can be usefull for if you don't want to store the images on the default C:\users\documents location if that is for example your SSD which does not have a lot of storage


Written in: C# - Windows Forms

Uses:

SQLite

Entity Framework

Bunifu Framework (Used for UI)

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