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For those who like copying text from multiple web pages, Text MultiCopy for Firefox allows you to copy multiple texts and paste them all at the same time.
The Quick Look feature in Mac OS X does not come with a text selection feature for documents, but you can easily enable it using this Terminal command.
Have you ever wanted to copy all links on a web page while browsing? This Firefox add-on lets you copy all links on a web page in a matter of seconds.
While working on your Mac, you are bound to use the copy and paste feature to copy and move things around. In most cases, every time you copy a link/text/document, it only works for one instance of the “paste”. You can’t “paste” several times for each “copy”. ClipMenu is a small, lightweight and useful clipboard […]
If you are not aware, in Linux, you can use the mouse middle click to paste content into your text documents. Together with a clipboard manager, this can be a very useful feature that allows you to do things more efficiently, except that it can also be very annoying at times. For those with a […]
Most Android phones come with very good copy/paste feature. You just have to tap and press on the word or input field and the option to copy or paste will appear. What if you need more than just the basic copy and paste feature, such as accessing the clipboard history? You will need a third […]
We are glad to bring you another free giveaway. This time is WinX DVD Copy Pro and it is exclusive only for MakeTechEasier readers. WinX DVD Copy Pro is the latest software from Digiarty and it allows you to make DVD copy without any quality loss, be it from DVD to DVD Copy or DVD […]
As much as I love Mac, there are things that I still miss from my old Windows days. One of them is the ability to quickly cut and paste items from the Finder. It’s not because Mac doesn’t have the ability to cut and paste, but it’s because some things work differently in the different […]
The clipboard is one of the oldest and most important features of desktop computing. With it, you can temporarily store pictures, images, and even file information in the system’s memory, and then copy or move that information to a new destination. KDE has an advanced clipboard system, largely due to a small program called Klipper, […]
The default Windows Clipboard Manager, known as Office Clipboard, does not offer much functionality that would be useful to many people. It can hold 24 items, either text or images, that can be used throughout the different Microsoft Office applications. If a person adds a 25th one, the oldest item gets deleted. There is copy […]
Even though your iPhone/iPod Touch allows you to install, run and perform many applications, there is just one simple function that is most sought after, but is not available – Copy/Paste. Yes, iPhone/iPod Touch does not come with Copy/Paste function and despite countless pleas to Apple to implement this feature, there is still no news […]
After having used WebNotes for a while, I’m very impressed. With a name like WebNotes this web applications function is a bit of a self explanatory one. However, even though this application has a simple name, and behind that name it has simple functions, I will elaborate a bit on its features and uses. WebNotes […]