Copy and paste… with your mouse!
Featuring ClipMan, AutoPaste, and AutoWin
AutoClipX automatically copies content you select with your mouse, while pasting is accomplished by simply clicking a mouse button, much like on a Linux system, except AutoClipX is capable of much more than simply copying and pasting.
Some of the feature highlights are:
ClipMan: A rudimentary clipboard manager which allows you to quickly paste from a selection of the last 10 text strings that were copied, as well as 10 additional static text items which you may edit.
Formatting: Automatically strip content from copied text, such as HTML markup, spaces, numbers, line feeds and much more, or create your own formatting options. Stripped text may be replaced with something else if you choose.
Multi-click select: Many programs allow you to highlight a word, line or paragraph with multiple left mouse clicks instead of having to drag the cursor. AutoClipX can automatically copy text selected in this way, but only while the cursor is an I-Beam (restricted for safety).
AutoWin: Learns what program windows you are working with and automatically switches between them as you copy and paste.
AutoPaste: Speed up operations further with automatic pasting! Simply select something and it will be automatically copied and then pasted to the last program window which you pasted to.
AutoSave: Write everything you copy or paste to a text file. This is a great feature if all you need to do is store copied text without pasting it, or just want to keep a backup of what was copied or pasted.
Safety: Automatic copying with AutoClipX is regulated several ways to prevent unwanted copying and pasting in applications you want to ignore, or work with exclusively, including by cursor type, window blacklisting or whitelisting, window control blacklisting and through the use of hot-keys. To provide even finer control, you can restrict copying and pasting by the cursor type.