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Cut command (Cmd+X) to Clipboard History


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Strange thoughts, personally feel meaningless.

 

1. if you want to copy , means you want to paste, so you can enter to paste something from alfred's clipboard history

2. if you want to delete , just fn + delete

 

I think the current feats can meet your needs, flexible use.

 

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On 1/14/2021 at 3:25 PM, Alan He said:

if you want to copy , means you want to paste

 

No, not necessarily. You may want to copy to use it as part of another Workflow which will itself use the contents of the clipboard.

 

On 1/14/2021 at 3:25 PM, Alan He said:

so you can enter to paste something from alfred's clipboard history

 

That’s an advanced setting, which you may not want on.

 

On 1/14/2021 at 3:25 PM, Alan He said:

I think the current feats can meet your needs, flexible use.


Unlikely. @jlppost is asking for:

  1. Open Clipboard History.
  2. Copy and delete entry (one action).

Your suggestion is:

  1. Open Clipboard History.
  2. Copy entry.
  3. Open Clipboard History.
  4. Delete entry.

It takes twice as many steps.

 

@jlppost What you ask isn’t available, no. Moving this to the Feature Requests forum.

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