CuteClips is a clipboard manager - it can keep multiple entries for later use. That is, you don't have to copy a single piece of text to the (standard) clipboard, immediately paste it, and start over again with the next piece of text.
Instead, just copy multiple pieces to CuteClip's own clipboard and paste them later, when you need them.
Sounds simple, but this is incredibly handy when working with texts, e.g. at the terminal: just store directory paths or commands with CuteClips and have them available again at once without having to re-enter them. Just let CuteClip pop up with a key shortcut, chose the piece of text you need, and it will be inserted as soon as you press "Enter".
I've tried other products on Mac OS but CuteClips seems to be the only one which can keep up with KDE's "Klipper".
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