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clipboardutils Plugin

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plugin Copy text to clipboard by icon, text, ...

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This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.

Similar to clippy, codeclipboard, copy2clipboard, copycode

Tagged with clipboard, code, copy, paste


Install the plugin using the Plugin Manager and the download URL above, which points to latest version of the plugin. Refer to Plugins on how to install plugins manually.


Text with icon (click the icon copy the text in clipboard):

<clipb type=ti>Value copied in clipboard</clipb>
<clipb type=texticon>Value copied in clipboard</clipb>
<clipb f=t,i>Value copied in clipboard</clipb>

{{:dev:clipboardutils:screenshot1.png?200|}} FIXME

Some more complex boxes

An email address clickable: <clipb type=clic></clipb>\\
Several lines copied by icon: <clipb t=i>a simple text
on several lines
just to try</clipb>\\
An icon, the text, an icon, all clickable: <clipb f=i,c,i>Copier cela dans le presse-papier</clipb>\\

{{:dev:clipboardutils:screenshot2.png?500|}} FIXME


Basic syntax:

<clibp parameters>Text to copy in clipboard</clipb>
  • parameters can be can be a sequence of key value pairs separated by spaces or semicolons ;
  • The keys are separated from the values either by : or by =
  • The keys
    • type|t — Type of value to display:
      • text|t — just the text (normally used in compound types)
      • icon|i — a icon clickable
      • clic|c — the text clicable (to copy the text in clipboard)
    • format|f — a list of 'type' separated by comma , (ex: format=t,i or f=clic,icon).
plugin/clipboardutils.txt · Last modified: 2023-12-28 08:51 by Aleksandr

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