This is the main screen after starting Clibor.
Clibor will automatically monitor the clipboard and store the history.
Let’s try copying the string a few times.
Then the history will be stored.
Click on the history you want to reuse and it will be sent to the clipboard.
When you paste, the selected history will be pasted.
It is also possible to paste the history automatically when you select it.
Preferences > General > Automatically pasting
It is also possible to operate with a keyboard.
The red-framed part is a shortcut, so you can select it by pressing the key.
The default list display is 36 items, so it is “1 to 0” and “A to Z”.
It is also possible to increase it in the preferences.
Preferences > Clipboard > Number of items shown
It is also possible to change the order of the shortcut keys.
Preferences > General > Main screen
Up to 10,000 history items can be stored.
The default setting is 108, but it can be changed in the preferences.
Preferences > Clipboard > Number of clipboard history items saved
You can right-click on the “Clipboard” tab and select the history page.
A pop-up will also appear when no history is selected and the Enter key is pressed.
It is also possible from the right-click menu on the main screen.
Search and edit clipboard history
On the main screen, right-click and select “Search” or press “Ctrl + Shift + F” to display the search screen.
You can search by inputting a search word.
You can right-click on the main screen and operate the clipboard history from the menu.
By selecting “Edit”, you can edit, format and convert.