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Yankee Clipper III Company: InteleXual Software LLC Author: Joe LeVasseur and Konrad Krupa (Liteware) (Registerware: name) (Requestware) (free) Windows OS: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP Languages: English; French; German; Italian

Description: Yankee Clipper III (YCIII): Saves past 200 text and RTF, 20 BMP and Metafile, and 200 URL clipboard entries. Has the ability to save and re-use "boilerplate" clippings. Simply right-click on the item and select "Send to boilerplate". Unlimited boilerplate collections can be created. URL aware- links copied to clipboard can be instantly launched Has a "Load and Shoot" function to paste text anywhere Can float on top of other applications for fast pasting No size limits for "clippings" Prints any text clipboard entry, nicely word-wrapped This is a simple program to understand and use Has a global hotkey to make the application visible when hidden, and another to instantly show and select past "clippings" without showing the application. Clippings can be dragged and dropped to/from YCIII. Can strip unwanted "quote" characters from "clippings". Supports ordering of boilerplate items By popular request (They dragged me kicking and screaming...): the ability to "chirp" when a new clipping is detected. Just rename "clip.wav.Bak" to "clip.wav" or copy in the file of your choice and name it "clip.wav". You can now instruct YCIII to ignore pictures (METAFILES) from problematic apps such as MS Excel which copies metafiles of nearly infinite width to the clipboard when you select an entire row. This metafile isn't of much use at a later time anyway. Home page: http://intelexual.com download page v 1.0.4.3 (2005-03-12) [ YC3Setup.EXE (1088 KB)] http://www.intelexual.com/products/YC3/download/

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