Works fine in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7


Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

ClipMenu icon

Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

ClipMenu stores clipboard histories such as plain text, rich texts format, PDF, PICT, and TIFF image. You can access in the menubar or by using hot key.

Version 0.4.3
Developer Naotaka Morimoto
Status Works fine

0 ratings

Archived comments

No comments.3 comments

Colin PeriniColin PeriniAnonymous 04 Aug 2012 00:35

Excellent tool. Couldn't work without it.

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[ NEON_TANGO]NEON_TANGOAnonymous 04 Aug 2012 03:06

ClipMenu has worked very well on Macbook dual core running Lion 10.7.4 & Safari 5. However, after d/l'ing Safari 6, ClipMenu and a few other highly useful utilities began to exhibit erratic behaviours. In the case of ClipMenu, the icon would disappear from menubar and when it was visible, the folders of clips would refuse to pop-up and then the icon would disappear. Tried all the usual fixes — double-click to open, ran disk utility, removed prefs list, reboot, cleared every cache known to man, safe booted —— all to no avail.

Worse still, over the last several months I've come to rely on ClipMenu's stash for my research and writing (had a running list of 100 clip, well within safe/manageable range) and now, they're kaput :-(

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[ Bryan]BryanAnonymous 08 Aug 2012 15:06

I love clipmenu and use it everyday. Since upgrading to Mountain Lion though it seems to constantly run the CPU at 29%.

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