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Re: Clipdiary

#31 Post by webfork » Mon Aug 08, 2016 3:56 pm

smaragdus wrote:If it is not register-ware, what kind of ware is ClipDiary? We should coin a new term?
We'll just list it like SpiderPlayer, which had a registry code step. Otherwise I'd label it as freeware for personal use.

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Re: ClipDiary 3.9

#32 Post by smaragdus » Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:26 am

I spotted different versions of ClipDiary with same version number- 3.9:

ClipDiary version 3.9 from 2016.02.14

Installer:
Name: clipdiary_3.9.exe
File Size: 3272659 Byte(s) (3.12 MB)
Modified Date: 2016-02-14 07:51
MD5: cd904e3e61cfbd2f3c6f131ddadc3d53
SHA1: c315ab2879179e39dd90ff8d902b76b22048865b
SHA256: 913370e3e8a97d86babcfdb8890b7d05a4b4abf17a6891692fc462d4e14bb4f9
CRC32: 62d5bfc1
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 1 / 57

Archive:
Name: clipdiary_portable_3.9.zip
File Size: 5346186 Byte(s) (5.10 MB)
Modified Date: 2016-02-14 07:52
MD5: 2cd30d84b69a617fba783099dd15de4b
SHA1: eb1862761ab9511f0d0282303b92f862c4bbe8be
SHA256: f42d8026f9f68c621532b31e888cc77f4d25cde5acf5a81979bf0b6b513f40ad
CRC32: 8eb078c9
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 0 / 55

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ClipDiary version 3.9 from 2016.05.12

Installer:
Name: clipdiary_3.9.exe
File Size: 3321791 Byte(s) (3.17 MB)
Modified Date: 2016-05-12 09:37
MD5: 18892682f40aa87a852067f3c80f9f85
SHA1: ca7c5bb0d9276f3994260e34e8e58df2c5996aad
SHA256: 625b7b8ff104faa219baca58cac9d7f49ae34c7ebe28df772eeae1d188758b70
CRC32: 158ea727
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 0 / 57

Archive:
Name: clipdiary_portable_3.9.zip
File Size: 5486314 Byte(s) (5.23 MB)
Modified Date: 2016-05-12 09:39
MD5: 9126c0a6d6ac9826d800931d971c0a2b
SHA1: f2e4dec082656fb1d90d2da4eb2f0853613f0291
SHA256: bf4a3ad61239a29b24d85aa499eec020c47206c81b638e7e888c475503832498
CRC32: 6b1102ba
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 0 / 52

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#33 Post by smaragdus » Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:35 am

There is a new version of ClipDiary- 4.02, but I could not find what is new.

Direct Download Links for ClipDiary version 4.02:
- Installer
- Archive

I think that I or someone else should update the database entry of ClipDiary since ClipDiary Free is not getting any updates and the Free license for personal use page is still working.

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#34 Post by Midas » Fri Sep 16, 2016 8:50 am

smaragdus wrote:I think that I or someone else should update the database entry of ClipDiary since ClipDiary Free is not getting any updates and the Free license for personal use page is still working.
  • I dare you... :wink: :mrgreen:

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#35 Post by webfork » Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:17 pm

Midas wrote:
smaragdus wrote:I think that I or someone else should update the database entry
  • I dare you... :wink: :mrgreen:
I got it fixed.

I'm so enamored with my clipboard editor of choice, I forget that other programs can have some good things to offer. This is a solid program with some really impressive features. In particular, I noted how this includes a program-driven blocklist, which I remember Ghacks or FWG bemoaning.

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#36 Post by smaragdus » Sat Sep 17, 2016 6:52 am

@webfork
Many thanks!
If it happens that in the future the free registration is not working any more we can of course switch back to the non-register version (Clipdiary Free).
If it is not a secret I am curious which is your clipboard manager of choice.

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I am not good at emoticons so I do now know the exact meaning of the green grinning face. Will you give me a clue?

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Re: Clipdiary

#37 Post by webfork » Sat Sep 17, 2016 8:02 am

smaragdus wrote:If it is not a secret I am curious which is your clipboard manager of choice.
I'm a big fan of Ditto. It's a reasonably easy setup but the functionality available by playing with the settings is impressive.
smaragdus wrote:I am not good at emoticons so I do now know the exact meaning of the green grinning face.
I think he was suggesting (playfully) that you take on the task.

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#38 Post by Midas » Sat Sep 17, 2016 8:42 am

smaragdus wrote:I am not good at emoticons so I do now know the exact meaning of the green grinning face. Will you give me a clue?
  • Sure thing: cheeky grin/broadest smile(?). What can I say, I like emoticons... :) <- smile

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#39 Post by webfork » Mon Sep 26, 2016 1:35 pm

webfork wrote:I'm so enamored with my clipboard editor of choice, I forget that other programs can have some good things to offer.
I did some more testing and I'm even more impressed by the design, interface, available hotkeys, usability, and settings. I like the label grouping, drag and drop, advanced search, the ability to copy file names when you copy files. Even the paste cycle tool is great and it uses just slightly more RAM than Ditto.

This is very well designed with a lot of thought put into it. I'm only disappointed I didn't test this out before.

Wishlist:

HIGH
* Separate security tab in the options menu with the database password and application block list
* Optional image thumbnails with customizable size

LOW
* Ability to edit individual clips or open clips in a given editor (e.g. images open in a graphics editor, text in notepad++)
* (Optional) ability to scroll up to older clips

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Re: ClipDiary 4.02

#40 Post by Midas » Tue Sep 27, 2016 3:51 am

webfork wrote: * Ability to edit individual clips or open clips in a given editor (e.g. images open in a graphics editor, text in notepad++)
* (Optional) ability to scroll up to older clips
  • For a workaround to the first issue, I can suggest right clicking the desired entry, selecting "Advanced | Save to file" from context menu, editing the resulting file in the system default program and re-clipping it afterwards.

    As for the second, I have set Shift+Up or Down Arrow as shortcut for scrolling through previous clips while displaying them, so I seldom need to call ClipDiary's UI -- but you can try Alt+Left or Right Arrow when scroll up/down gets stunted... the number of clips per page is an option, too.
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Re: Clipdiary

#41 Post by tormozit » Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:53 am

To all ClipDiary and Ditto fans,

For 10 years I was using different clipboard managers for saving history of clips. Now time has come and I have made my own clipboard manager - Clip Angel (freeware, open source) for Windows https://www.portablefreeware.com/forums ... =4&t=23338 . It was inspired by AceText, ClipDiary, Ditto (my favorites). It make paste in most reliable way, so it can paste in RDP, CMD, elevated windows independently from current input language. It has the most convenient filter by clip text I ever saw. It allows viewing RTF and HTML formatting. Give it a try.

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Re: Clipdiary

#42 Post by xor » Tue Jul 25, 2017 8:28 am

These two added features in 5.1 version make it well worth trying it:
Changelog wrote:New type in the Snippets - Clip. Now you can use rich text, HTML, images, files as the snippet.
New mode - Latest clips at the top (reverse order). See Options - Advanced.
The latter being like activating FIFO in Clibor make it more STANDARD to me :)
BTW: For TEXT and CODE copy-pasting ClipDiary is just how it all should be IMHO.

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Re: Clipdiary

#43 Post by Midas » Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:48 am

💡 Quick note about a Clipdiary feature I hadn't noticed until recently: it now doubles as a basic screenshoter -- if you capture anything with the 'PrtSc' (or 'Alt+PrtSc') keys, you can then save the image to file via the context menu "Advanced | Save to file..." option; image info will be included in the filename. 👍

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