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2. Access from the pop up menu by using hot key (keyboard shortcut). The menu will appear near the mouse pointer. The default hot key combination is Command-Shift-V.Use the appropriate method for your choice.Paste history itemSelect an clipboard history item you want to paste from the menu.You can navigate through the menu not by mouse but by keyboard. Pressing up/down key move selection vertically, left/right key show or hide sub menu items inside of lower level folder.If you show the menu and press a number key, the selection would jump to the position of a menu item starts with the number.When you select an item, ClipMenu copy the data to clipboardAfter your selection, ClipMenu: 1. copy the data to the system clipboard. 2. paste it. 3. move the item to the top position in the menu.PreferencesYou can alter various ClipMenu settings at Preferences panel.SnippetIt is convenient if you store reusable texts as snippets. You can register snippets at Preferences panel.Registered snippets are shown below (or above if you want) clipboard history items.If you want to display snippets only, use "snippet menu". It is called via hot key, the default is Command-Shift-B. You can also change this shortcut as you wish.ActionYou can apply various Actions to history items. Action menu is popped up by right mouse button click, Control-click or Control-Enter key combination.There are two types of Actions. 1. Built-in Actions
They are not allowed to edit by user.
e.g.) "Paste as PlainText" or "Remove".
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