Before I begin:
- It took me a bit to get back to this just because I wanted to test out the new version before replying.
- Thanks tormozit for your work on this. Your program is already better than almost all clipboard tools I've tested.
On the comparison tool, I just tested again and WinMergePortable and you're right; it worked just fine. I couldn't get Text Compare (https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2716
) to work, but that's no biggie: WinMerge is my program of choice here anyway.
tormozit wrote:5 & 6: ... I don't understand what is the diffenrence
I'm not sure what issue I was having before but I just tested and it works exactly as expected. Sorry for any confusion there.
tormozit wrote:... file names will remain in old numeric style (example "Clip 4356.txt").
Yeah I think that's fine.
tormozit wrote:In what cases this feature will be usefull for you? Why temp folder is not usefull?
The only issue with the temp folder is that many of our users are running programs from either a USB or cloud drive and saving files to the temp folder isn't as effective. For example, the current behavior is to save to the temp folder and then open in the default viewer. From here, you can certainly save to another, better location on the drive, but that's an extra step.
My suggestion is to save to a given folder (inside the application folder or elsewhere). If no predetermined folder is not already entered in settings, the program could prompt for a destination and give an optional checkbox for "always save to this location".
I can mock something up on this if my explanation isn't clear.
tormozit wrote:I found no way to make this behavour without reasonable unpleasant effects (only always shown or always hidden in taskbar).
I'm very happy with what you have setup in v.1.19.
tormozit wrote:Now you are sure that favorite mark is set event if you ocassionally press ALT+Q twice. There is no big visual indicator of favorite mark. So it is important to be sure only by press.
That is a good point. I had not thought of that.
tormozit wrote:"Unmark favorite" command is in the Clip menu and no one in list context menu because it is used much rare that "Mark favorite". I don't think it is good idead to add rarely used command to context menu.
Another a good point. Maybe "Toggle favorite"? Then, every time you select it, it would just switch the status to either favorite/unfavorite. If multiple items are selected it would reverse whatever status.
I can put together an example here if needed.
tormozit wrote:Ability to disable/minimize the image statistics. I will make it much smaller.
tormozit wrote:Actually they are PNG. BMP extension is a bug. Bug created.
Yeah this works great in the new version.
Also, could you setup a Github site for issue tracking? I much prefer their tools over SourceForge and I'm worried I'm cluttering up PFW's forums with my suggestions.