PasteBox

PasteBox 2.2

PasteBox is a simple clipboard manager designed for Mac.

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PasteBox is a program designed for Mac that keeps track of everything you copy to your clipboard, from images to plain text to Hex color codes. This utility sits on your Menu Bar from where you can access recent clippings and easily configure its settings according to your needs.

Every time you copy a picture, the name of a certain file, the paragraph from a document or a URL, PasteBox stores it in its main menu. You can set a limit for the number of stored clippings, choose the type of data you want PasteBox to collect, and enable the Launch At Login option if you plan to work with the program on a daily basis.

You can always clear the stored information by simply going to the main menu of the application and selecting the correspondent option from the list.

Another great thing is the fact that the program lets you define a global hotkey for immediately revealing the clippings list. Also, you can enter the preferred resolution for the preview section of the clippings.

In conclusion, PasteBox proves to be a reliable solution for managing clippings on your computer. It's simple to use, supports various types of clippings, and is free of charge.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Simple to use
  • Lets you define a global hotkey for immediately revealing the clippings list
  • Records various types of clippings
  • Free

Cons

  • Couldn't find any disadvantages
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