Project info for GNOME Clipboard Manager

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NOME Clipboard Manager for Gnome 2.0 desktops (Gcm-2) is an application for managing selections a.k.a. clipboards and their available targets a.k.a formats. It autocollects selections and their targets on a shelf and also has the option to choose which selection is to be pasted when an application sends a request for the selection (a.k.a. the clipboard) in a specific target. Selections can be edited, manually created, merged, deleted, saved to files, loaded from files, copied, and pasted. The available selection types are clipboard, primary, secondary or a custom atom. While editing the selection you can modify the COMPOUND_TEXT and text/html targets. While editing the text/html target you can see a preview of the data using the GtkHtml widget.

License: GPL

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