ClipUp extends your clipboard with some nice features:
It remembers the last clips (up to 100).
After rebooting all clips and the clipboard are restored.
ClipUp is freeware. For details read the enclosed documentation.
Use your clipboard as usual. When you click onto the icon in the Deskbar or Press COMMAND+SHIFT+V a pop-up menu appears:
As you can see, the menu is divided into several parts:
Current clipboard: The current content of your clipboard
Clip history: Here you find the last clips that you've had in your clipboard.
When you click a clip, it becomes activated (or will be pasted into the current application - see below).
When you click on the lock it will be protected (see below).
When you press the Delete key on your keyboard, it will be removed.
Protected clips: You can set a limit for the amount of clips that are held in the clip history. Protected clips are stored in the 'Protected clips' list and will not be deleted when the limit is reached.
Preferences, Application: Should be clear
When you've installed the input server add-ons (default) and you press CTRL+SHIFT+V, the pop-up menu appears on the screen. When you now select a clip, the selected clip will be pasted into the current application.