Long time Macintosh developer, Script Software, updated its multiple clipboard utility, CopyPaste Pro, bringing the current version to 2.0.6.
Among the changes in the new version is the ability to turn off the clip browser hotkey. The developer said this provides a couple of advantages: you can repeatedly past the main clipboard without releasing the Command key; and Command-v pastes the first clip in the history while a Command-v-v pastes the laste used clip.
The latest version also adds a preference to paste a clip on double click instead of opening it in the Editor. An open editor tool has also been added.
CopyPaste Pro can be downloaded from the company's Web site. For new users the application costs $30.
This story, "CopyPaste Pro Updated" was originally published by Macworld.