Clipboard Manager - Time to report it :)

Geoffrey computergeoffrey at
Sun Feb 5 18:25:08 UTC 2012

You could also let the paste function write to a text file on the disk. Then, no additional RAM memory is used.

---- Aan Sun, 05 Feb 2012 16:11:45 +0100 David Reimer <djreimer at> schreef ---- 

On 5 February 2012 15:03, Alexander Andjelkovic <andjelkovic at> wrote: 
> Again, what exactly is the desired function? Parcellite does a lot of things. 
True. Desired function: provide system-wide clipboard, not dependent 
on apps running. 
> 2.7 Mb of memory sounds a bit too much if it's only purpose is to 
> guard your clipboard contents when you close applications. 
Alternative is to keep apps open, which is bound to take even more 
memory. What if I have "Big-App" running, and I want to copy from it 
to "Bigger-App"? I have to keep both open at the moment. On limited 
memory, that's far worse. (I speak from experience!) 
> Can it be solved in a better, even lighter way? Even if it would mean 
> we'd have to program it ourselves? 
I put this reference into the "bug report" (a.k.a. "opinion alert"): 
Might also be worth comparing what our XFCE friends have done: 
This has been a surprisingly energetic conversation! Everyone staying warm? ;) 
David [djreimer | dajare] 
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