CopyPaste Classic 4.5.2J - Japanese Version

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CopyPaste Classic 4.5.2J - Japanese Version

Post by Info-Mac » July 14th, 2003, 9:00 am

Download: http://archive.info-mac.org/gui/copy-paste-452-jp.hqx

This is the Japanese version of the CopyPaste package for Mac OS Classic.

CopyPaste-X for Mac OS X is also available.

One of the early wonders of the Mac was its revolutionary ability to do
copy and paste across various applications. Unlike other areas in the
Mac's system software that have changed and progressed over the years,
copying and pasting has not evolved. How many times have you found
yourself going back and forth copying in one application and pasting in
a different application, wishing to yourself that you could copy 5-10
items at a time, then go to another application and paste each of these
items? Now you can, with a vengeance!

To install, drag and drop the CopyPaste application onto your active
System Folder. It will tell you it wants to go into the Extension
Folder. Hit OK. Restart.

CopyPaste eliminates tedious, repetitive work and increases your ability
to get the job done. Just install it and read about the Clip Extender
and the CopyPaste Palettes - then try it out a little at a time.
CopyPaste will grow on you!

Version 4.5.2
* Fixed a problem with clipboards not being saved through restarts.
* Improved error handling.

Version 4.5
* Shows a picture preview on the palette if a picture is in the
clipbord.
* The default clipboard (without number) now only goes into the Clip
Recorder and will not change the clipboard 0 in the Clip Extender
anymore. Two reasons are: You gain one more numbered clipboard
accessible via command-C-0. The program source is cleaner because I do
not have to handle so many special cases whenever a clipboard is
accessed. This should cause less errors.
* The display of the cliboard data for the menu and palette text preview
is now extracted from the clipboard in real time. It was formerly done
only once at copy time and could be wrong if the copy failed due to an
error. The result was an empty clipboard still showing a content title.
* Most important for OS X users this version can communicate with
CopyPaste-X and transfer the classic clipboard to CopyPaste-X.
* Some smaller bugfixes
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