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WebClipboard

WebClipboard aims to extend a clipboard Internet-wide. It uses an FTP or Web server to store the clips, and clips must be manually cut and pasted to it. HTTP support is via a PHP upload page that must be installed. It is also possible to use a shared disk rather than FTP or HTTP to store the copied text. The aim is to have native daemons interact with the OS specific clipboard so that no manual handgrips will be necessary. So far only text is supported.

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  •  04 Apr 2004 20:57

    Release Notes: This release adds support for storing a clip on a shared disk. It adds support for the Windows system tray via the TrayIcon library.

    •  28 Sep 2002 10:26

      Release Notes: Added daemon support, which polls your clipboard and uploads new clips automatically, so that it is not necessary to manually push 'webcopy' (pasting must still be done manually).

      •  05 Sep 2002 17:52

        Release Notes: The first attempt at HTTP support was added.

        •  02 Sep 2002 14:54

          Release Notes: There is now a version which supports the use of DES encryption of the password in the properties file. This version requires that you have SUN's Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) installed. Note that this only encrypts the password in the local properties file, not in transit over the net. If you forget the filename of your secret key, just remove your properties file and redo your settings.

          •  01 Sep 2002 06:34

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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