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RClipStep

#1 Post by I am Baas » Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:06 am

RClipStep is a smart and handy clipboard manager with simple and intuitive using, based on AutoIt. When you press Ctrl-V to paste, you can hold Ctrl and press V repeatedly to step through the clipboards. RClipStep supports many functions (multiple queue, store clips into disk, etc).
http://richard.wiener.sweb.cz/moje/SW/rclipstep.htm
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Re: RClipStep

#2 Post by webfork » Tue Oct 04, 2011 10:54 am

I am Baas wrote:When you press Ctrl-V to paste, you can hold Ctrl and press V repeatedly to step through the clipboards.
Its a fantastic idea -- will definitely try it out.
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Re: RClipStep

#3 Post by lautrepay » Fri Oct 28, 2011 3:51 pm

Updated to v.5.03.001.
· New button in preview window for delete one clip
· Bugfix store "0" when bitmap clipboard cannot be open.

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Re: RClipStep

#4 Post by webfork » Sun Nov 06, 2011 3:05 pm

5.03.003 is out with "Bugfixing - Loose keys when message about deny access appears. You can edit/preview clips in preview windows by mouse "double click" (click three time on same row)."
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Re: RClipStep

#5 Post by lautrepay » Fri Dec 23, 2011 1:59 pm

RClipStep is at v.5.04.002
5.04.002 - 1. 12. 2011
Bugfixing - fixed key enter when delete more clips from preview window

5.04.001 - 7. 11. 2011
Bugfixing - fixed message about insert clip in applications it runs as administrator


5.04.000 - 6. 11. 2011
Bugfixing - fixed double click in preview windows
You can edit/preview clips in preview windows by key ENTER
Preview mode (autoinsert selected clip when you invoke preview from Ctrl-V mode) is also indicated by background colour
Hey, guinness, there's an AutoIt source code here for you to take a look at...

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Re: RClipStep

#6 Post by lautrepay » Wed May 30, 2012 10:15 pm

RClipStep is at v.6.00.000

Changelog:
6.00.000 - 8. 5. 2012
Highlight read only items in preview windows (light green).
Deleting clips respects read only attribut, RO clips cannot be deleted.
RO clips could comming from IncludeDir or Attribut Read Only could be set in standard clips directory.
Bugfix about navigation in preview windows.

5.06.001 - 10. 4. 2012
Small bugfix about highlighting clips

5.06.000 - 9. 4. 2012
There is a new field Modified in preview window. Date with format DD.MM.YYYY HH24:MI:SS
There is new option in rclipstep.ini - $BgColorNormal, $BgColorInsert, $ExitKey
There are new option in rclipstep.ini file for debuging. Its have no sence for common users.

5.05.006 - 8.4.2012
Bugfix- You can navigate by number of clip in preview window

5.05.005 - 1.4.2012
Bugfix- do not delete clips that are marked as Read-only
Deleting clips executes through recycle bin.

5.05.003 - 7. 1. 2012
Bugfix loose keys up, down... when all clips are deleted from preview window

5.05.002 - 2. 1. 2012
Bugfix crash program for Ctrl-V-X (missed variable $IsPressed)

5.05.001 - 29. 12. 2011
Change behavior when you try to insert clip into program, that it not allow (typically run as other user).
Then rclipstep leave Ctrl-V key for 500 ms. So you can insert clip by press Ctrl-V twice quickly
Bugfixing - fixed key enter when moving, finding clips from preview window invoked by Ctrl-V-F

5.05.000 - 3. 12. 2011
New key "delete" in preview windows remove current clip.
Bugfixing - fixed key enter when delete more clips from preview window invoked by Ctrl-V-F

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Re: RClipStep

#7 Post by lautrepay » Sun Dec 02, 2012 6:57 pm

Added to the database. Please vote @ http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2358.
Unicode support is partial, I selected this option but the entry shows YES.

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Re: RClipStep

#8 Post by I am Baas » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:08 pm

lautrepay wrote:Added to the database. Please vote @ http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2358.
Unicode support is partial, I selected this option but the entry shows YES.
Thanks, lautrepay. Edited the entry to include partial Unicode support.
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Re: RClipStep

#9 Post by lautrepay » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:13 pm

I am Baas wrote:Edited the entry to include partial Unicode support.
Thanks, Baas.

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Re: RClipStep

#10 Post by guinness » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:14 pm

lautrepay wrote:Hey, guinness, there's an AutoIt source code here for you to take a look at...
How did I miss this? I had a look through the code (no comments at all) and it doesn't write to the registry. What I find strange is the developer uses an INI file, but doesn't use the native INI functions. Weird.
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Re: RClipStep

#11 Post by lautrepay » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:38 pm

guinness wrote:What I find strange is the developer uses an INI file, but doesn't use the native INI functions. Weird.
Perhaps because of this:
This program is FreeWare, based on AutoIt, inspired by Clipstep.ahk from Skrommel.
:?:

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Re: RClipStep

#12 Post by Andrew Lee » Mon Dec 03, 2012 3:09 am

Unicode support is partial, I selected this option but the entry shows YES.
This is a display side error that I have fixed. Thanks for bringing it up!

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Re: RClipStep

#13 Post by guinness » Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:03 am

lautrepay wrote:
guinness wrote:What I find strange is the developer uses an INI file, but doesn't use the native INI functions. Weird.
Perhaps because of this:
This program is FreeWare, based on AutoIt, inspired by Clipstep.ahk from Skrommel.
:?:
OK that makes sense, though it doesn't make sense why they didn't optimise the code.
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Re: RClipStep

#14 Post by guinness » Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:22 am

On Windows 7 SP 1 x64 if I copy a file(s) it reports that there was an error in adding to the clipboard.
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