CopyQ for Linux 4.1.0 freeware
CopyQ is a simple clipboard management utility for Windows. It allows you to save more than the default one item into clipboard which is the limit for Windows. Each time that you copy or cut something, it's gonna be saved to the expanded clipboard of CopyQ, both files and text can be saved. From that point on, you can simply manage items from the clipboard, paste, remove, and group.
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||clipboard, manage, manager, file, clipboard manager, multiple clipboard, clipboard organizer, organizer, recorder, copy, Linux|
CopyQ for Linux Free Download - we do not host any CopyQ for Linux torrent files or links of CopyQ for Linux on rapidshare.com, depositfiles.com, megaupload.com etc. All CopyQ for Linux download links are direct CopyQ for Linux download from publisher site or their selected mirrors.
|4.1.0||Apr 23, 2021||New Release||Old notification system can now be used instead of native/system notifications (#1620). This can be disabled in Notifications tab in Preferences.
Additional configuration file for notifications will not be created automatically (#1638).
In scripting, console object can be used for logging, measuring elapsed time and asserting conditions.
plugins.itempinned.mimePinned contains item data format for pinned items (item is pinned if it contains the format).
Command completion menu contains more complete list of script objects/function and better description.
Action dialog command, action() and commands (if "Content"/filter regular expression is unset) now do not replace %2 through %9. This allows passing URLs without requiring to escape encoded characters like %20 or %3A.
Syntax highlighting for hexadecimal and boolean values in the command editor.
Fix moving the main window to different display/screen (#1624).
|4.0.0||Apr 11, 2021||New Release||Synchronization plugin newly keeps order of new items consistent between multiple application instances (#1558). Newly added items in one instance will appear at the top of other instances.
Search now finds separate words if regular expressions are disabled (#1569).
Searching for "foo bar" will find items containing both "foo" and "bar" and the relative position of words no longer matter.
System notification popups are now used instead of own implementation.
Item rows in main window and tray menu are now indexed from one instead of zero by default (#1085). This can be reverted to the old behavior using command copyq config row_index_from_one false.
A tag can be marked as "locked" in configuration. Items with such tags cannot be removed until the tag is removed or "unlocked".
Command line completion for bash (#1460). Thanks, Jordan!
History combo box is focused when Action dialog opens to easily recall recent commands. Note: Focusing combo boxes is not supported on macOS.
|3.13.0||Oct 16, 2020||New Release||Newly, if a global shortcut is triggered when the main window is active, the command will be executed with item selection and item data available (#1435).
New `focusPrevious()` script function to activate window that was focused before the main window.
Export now write data to a temporary file before saving.
Display command are now also applied on item preview (e.g. to enable syntax highlighting in the preview).
New command line option "tray_menu_open_on_left_click" to check default mouse button behavior for tray icon (`copyq tray_menu_open_on_left_click true`).
New command line option "activate_item_with_single_click" to activate items with single click (`copyq activate_item_with_single_click true`).
New command line options "filter_regular_expression" and "filter_case_insensitive" to change the item search behavior.
New command line option "native_menu_bar" to disable native/global menu bar (`copyq native_menu_bar false`).
Updated icons (Font Awesome 5.15.1)