I like Clipboard utilities. If you've seen any of my Toolbox talks this is always the tool I get the most feedback about. People always tell me how much more productive they became when they started using a clipboard manager.
I've used many over the years:
All had pros and cons.
Until recently I had been using EthervaneEcho but development on it seems dead so I started looking for a replacement.
A weird name but I decided to try it out.
Initially I was turned off by the interface:
I can see my clipboard entries but it's not the usual long list of cut items that I'm accustomed to. Turns out there are a lot of options in Clipboard Help+Spell and it takes some configuration to get things just right.
Digging through the menus I found the keyboard shortcut menu and noticed there were several views available. The one in the screenshot above and this one - which is more of what I was expecting.
So now I have two shortcuts:
Overall I'm very happy...
The few downsides?
It is free but Donation Coder encourages people to donate. They make some terrific software and if you make a donation you get a license available for all current and future Donation Coder applications which is pretty sweet.
Clipboard Help+Spell is for Windows but there are many clipboard options available for Linux and Mac as well. I have a short list available on my Github wiki.