PasteCopy.NET is a free portable Windows Clipboard Manager with multilingual support. It's fully automated and has a (auto-) resizable preview pane. PasteCopy.NET enlarges the capacity of Windows Clipboard and lets you organize csv (Comma separated values), html, rtf (Rich Text Format), text, unicode- text & images into customizable categories.
- Context-menu: Open now recognizes https- and ftp URLs
- AutoFill improved
- Context-menu: Abnormal behavior, Paste won't work
- Minor translation updates
- Crash on exit Office 2013 with clipboard content
- Online help opens on keypress in Settings - AutoPaste Category
Reviewing 0.9.8.10 (Sep 21, 2011)
I'm not an expert programmer, but I've used dot net in c#... It's just a series of structures I can call on contained within various classes that can be used in multiple languages... It does not run off the internet or anything like that complaining guy
Reviewing 0.9.7.4 (Apr 15, 2010)
This is a beta release of software that was written in dot net, why are you complaining about it being written in dot net?
I commend the author, I emailed him and the same day he emailed me back asking more about my suggestions. This is freeware and works excellent other than a few bugs here and there, I can tell from experience that most any software that deals with the Windows API can be buggy not because of the application but because of the API itself.
I think that people that give software on fileforum a low rating because it is based on dot net should be banned from posting comments for a month. Give it a low rating because it sucks not because your view of the runtime it uses.
Oh and so you know, I hate dot net also.......I will use Delphi 7 until I die or compatibility does.
Five stars to your hard work Geir, don't listen to the bad reviews on here ever.
Reviewing 0.9.7.4 (Apr 8, 2010)
@Author of PasteCopy.NET
Please don't use .NET!
A more advanced paste copy is very welcome.
Without .NET because .NET apps have always been slow, unresponsive because of the bloated runtime environment (hint: net) they interact with.
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