Clipboard manager or similar
andjelkovic at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 15:11:23 UTC 2012
Yorvyk, see the previous discussion for user recommendations. I believe all
apps were tested.
On Feb 11, 2012 3:25 PM, "Yorvyk" <yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Feb 2012 18:33:28 +0530
> Bhaskar Kandiyal <bkandiyal at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > On Saturday 11 February 2012 05:34 PM, Alexander Andjelkovic wrote:
> > > These clipboard managers were all kind of heavy, and included
> > > features we dont need.
> > >
> > > Unless some dev has time to fork one of these managers, and strip
> > > it down, maybe we should wait until 12.10? (To avoid bloat)
> > >
> > +1 for waiting till 12.10.
> > I personally don't use a clipboard manager, but I can see it's
> > usefulness and I'll try out a couple of those whose names are
> > mentioned here. But as for including it in 12.10, if the currently
> > available ones are heavy on resources from Lubuntu standards and we
> > don't have time to fork one, then waiting till 12.10 would be the best
> > option.
> > Also, if we choose to wait, it would be nice to mention in the FAQ, a
> > recommendation of a clipboard manager and why users would need it. So
> > if someone wants to know why he can't copy/paste between applications
> > once they're closed then they can find it easily in the FAQ section.
> We still need to test them to see if they are a viable solution or not. A
> bit heavy and bloated isn't really a useful metric. Even if one isn't
> offered by default we'll be able to recommend one to those people that
> require one.
> Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com>
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