Version: 0.63 || Release Date: 2009-01-25 || License: Other Open Source App Owner: bifter

Jumpcut is an application that provides "clipboard buffering" — that is, access to text that you've cut or copied, even if you've subsequently cut or copied something else. The goal of Jumpcut's interface is to provide quick, natural, intuitive access to your clipboard's history.

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15 Opinions

Completely unobtrusive clipboard text history. Exactly what I was looking for.

So glad I have this....I just spent 45 copying and pasting stuff then got a little experimental in terminal without making a backup & wiped out all my work. But it was all recoverable b/c Jumpcut was keeping my clipboard history. Whew!

This is an insanely indispensable app that no one should be forced to live without.

Just great. I've had it for several years but am only realizing how great it is now that I am entering survey data - saving me tons of typing and copy/pasting.

This app is so extremely simple and with Skitch for screendumps (also very handy!) I have a fantastic workspace.

Jumpcut allows me to copy multiple items from one document. switch to another document and paste in each of the copied items. If not for Jumpcut I'd have to switch back to the original document after each paste: this is so much easier.

@ohwhateverblah : I love the text backup idea; thanks!

if you already use quicksilver this is unnecessary as quicksilver can do this for you:


I use it as a quick backup for my text. If I need to note something or just make sure my forum post won't disappear, etc., I just copy it and later find it in the menu.

Beside Quicksilver this is my most frequently used app. I can't work without it. Anyhow it only handles text entries. This is all I need. My productivity on Terminal is boosted by this tiny little friend.

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