I use my clipboard manager and the “Paste+Enter” extension religiously, so I wanted to see if I could find a way to be even more efficient (read: lazier) when pasting a bunch of things sequentially in a list. This lets you do so without having to use the keyboard.
Note: This only works if your clipboard manager has a global shortcut for commands similar to these:
- Paste higher item in current list - Paste lower item in current list
- Paste newer item in history - Paste older item in history
This is a simple keypress that triggers a global shortcut (mine is ⌥ + ] ) for the the “paste higher item” command in Copy 'Em (Only other app I’ve tried is CopyQ which had similar features), followed by hitting enter to start a new line. And it’s set to only show up when no text is selected, just like the other paste extensions.
#popclip name: Paste ↑ icon: iconify:material-symbols:move-up key combo: option ] after: return requirements: ['!text'] # popclip name: Paste ↓ icon: iconify:material-symbols:move-down key combo: option [ after: return requirements: ['!text']