Glippy is a clipboard manager for GNOME that comes with some cool features: it can upload text to pastebin.com or images to imgur.com, execute actions on the current clipboard content and more. You can even quickly access the clipboard history without using the indicator / tray icon by using CTRL + ALT + Shift + C (this keyboard shortcut is configurable).
The latest Glippy 0.5 has been released a few days ago and comes with:
- support for rich, formatted text
- file support (so you can copy a file in Nautilus, then copy something else and restore the file copy later on)
- redesigned preferences
- experimental screenshots support: you can take a screenshot and store it in the clipboard so you can paste it in some image editor or directly upload it to imgur
Glippy works with both Unity (comes with Ubuntu Indicator) and GNOME Shell. Tip: move it to the top GNOME Shell bar using Iconmanager extension.
To install Glippy in Ubuntu, use the commands below:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bikooo/glippy sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get remove glippy-indicator sudo apt-get install glippy glippy-ubuntu-mono