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License:
OpenSource under LGPL
Size:
149 KB
Updated:
Downloads:
820
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
James Lu(more)
Website:
Unknown
Publisher's Descriptions
WebClips is a simple application that sits in your system tray and assists you by placing clips of text on the clipboard at your request. You can define your own clips or download other's from the Internet and the clips can also be created dynamically using built-in functions.

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