- Basic Usage
- Advanced Topics
- Action Mode
- Fixate Option
- Changing Paste-Mode shortcut
- Copying Paths to Clipjump
- Copying file content to Clipjump
- One Time Stop
- Selective Windows Clipboard
- No formatting mode
- Sound when copied
- Export and share Clipboards
- Disable Clipjump
- Disabling Clipjump for certain windows (automatically)
- Clipjump Controller
Action Mode easy keys can be changed via the Advanced section of the Settings ini file.
Thus, if a Clipboard is fixed at [Clip 1], it will stay there at Clip 1 even after numerous Copies and Cuts.
This can be useful if you want a Clipboard entry to be easily accessible every time you go in Paste Mode using Ctrl+V.
Please note that Clipjump remembers last pasted clip's position. So, if you have just pasted [Clip 5], Clipjump will start from [Clip 5] the next time you press Ctrl and then V [Paste Mode].
A workaround to go to [Clip 1] quickly can be going into [Cancel Mode] after pressing Ctrl+V and canceling and then again pressing Ctrl+V. Clipjump will now start from [Clip 1]
Pressing SPACE while in [Paste Mode] toggles the Fixed status of a Clip.
If you reach the clip of your choice and want to fix it, press SPACE and you will notice a "[FIXED]" written after (Clip x of y).
This means the Clip is Fixed there. As said above , pressing SPACE again on the fixed clip will remove the FIX from it and the "[FIXED]" from the tip will disappear.
Note that the DeleteAll option will delete FIXED Clips too.
Simply open the editor and look for the
Paste Mode(Ctrl +..)value in the
Shortcutsgroup. Change the default V in the box to some other key to make the Clipjump Paste Mode to be activated by the Ctrl combination of that key. Make the value blank to disable
Clipjump Paste Mode.
- Pressing the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+C will copy path(s) of selected files in all file managers including Windows Explorer.
- Using Action Mode and then X will copy path of current opened folder in all file managers including Windows Explorer. You can also create an independent shortcut for this function in the Settings Editor.
Both of these shortcuts can be changed/disabled with the Settings Editor.
- Pressing the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+F will copy selected file's content to Clipjump.
- This function works with all file managers including Windows Explorer.
- This module will also work on Image files and exported Clipboard files (.cj).
The One Time Stop feature just solves this problem. Available with a configurable independent shortcut which is by default unassigned, you can call it once to make Clipjump automatically ignore the last data and linked content that is transferred to System Clipboard and so Clipjump. In this period, what really happens is that the Clipjump Clipboard Monitoring is deactivated , a feature which can be controlled via Clipjump Controller.
NOTE - When Clipboard Monitoring is disabled (as in One Time Stop) , Clipjump's tray icon will become dark.
WARNING - One Time Stop is deactivated when Paste Mode is accessed in the ignore period.
Selective Windows ClipboardMany a times there are situations where you are not allowed to paste using the old shortcut Ctrl+V (like in Command Prompt).
There the Selective Windows Clipboard Option comes handy.
Cycle through the clipboards by Ctrl+V or C .When you reach the clip of your choice, press S while holding Ctrl.
You will see a Confirmation (System Clipboard has Clip x) in form of tip. That's it.
Now, the Right-Click > Paste Or any other option to Paste other than the old Ctrl + V will paste the Clip you had choose like it is currently stored in System Clipboard.
No-Formatting ModeNo formatting mode truncates formatting from Clipjump clips when they are pasted.
To access this mode, use the "Z" key as the toggle when in [PASTE MODE]
Press "Z" once while in [PASTE MODE] and you will see a [NO-FORMATTING] in the Tip.
This will mean all the clipboard data pasted from now onwards will have Formatting truncated.
To disable this mode, press "Z" again while in [PASTE MODE] and the [NO-FORMATTING] text will disappear.
Note that that the No-Formatting setting doesn't mean that clips copied will not have any formatting, this means that the formatting will be removed from them temporarily when they are pasted.
TIP - To make Clipjump start by default in NO-FORMATTING mode , see the option
Start with No Formatting Enabledin the Settings editor.
Sound when copied[v9.8.1+] Clipjump can be configured to make system beep when some data is copied to it. The setting can be found in the Settings editor as "Beep when copied.
To change the frequency of the beep played, navigate to the Advanced section of settings.ini and change the value of
beepFrequencyto your liking.
Export and share ClipboardsClipjump supports exporting clipboards as files which can be stored as a record OR send to a friend.
The feature is accessible by tapping
Ein [PASTE MODE] and by the shortcut
Ctrl+Ein the Clipjump History Tool.
The Clip or Clipboard when exported will be saved in "My Documents" with a name
xis a variable.
.cjfile extension when used with Copy File Data directs Clipjump to load the file contents into itself.
Disable Clipjump[v9.7+] You can disable Clipjump ( i.e. Clipboard Monitoring and Paste Mode ) from the Tray Menu as well as Action Mode. In Action Mode, this option is available with the easy key
. To have more control over Clipjump, see Clipjump Controller .
Ignore(d) Windows ManagerClipjump can be temporarily automatically suspended when a certain window is active with this feature. The feature requires the active window's class which can be very easily managed with the Ignore(d) Windows Manager located in the Tray Menu>Tools or in the Action Mode with easy key
Use the Add Class buttton in the manager to start a tooltip application that shows the class of the active window. To make a window active, simply make it foreground by left-clicking on it.
Use Delete Class button to delete a value.
Note that you will have to restart Clipjump once you have made changes to the Settings.ini for them to take effect.
MiscellaneousShowing the Pasting tooltip - You can make Clipjump show a
Pasting..tip when you paste some data. To do so, change the value of
Show_pasting_tipin the [Advanced] section of Settings.ini to 1.
Setting shortcut to copy to system Clipboard (bypassing Clipjump) - You can also create a unique shortcut in Clipjump to copy/cut data only to System Clipboard and not Clipjump. To create these shortcuts, open the [Advanced] section of Settings.ini and write down shortcut values for
windows_cut_shortcut. As you may have guessed, these shortcuts are disabled by default and by writing shortcut values for them in the ini you create them.
These shortcuts can be very useful when in need to copy sensitive or crap information of the Clipboard.