You probably know about Apple-C ‘copy’ and Apple-V ‘paste’ where you can select text , ‘copy’ it and then ‘paste’ it somewhere else, but have you ever wanted to copy two things then paste them both? For example, a username and a password, or a VISA card number and an expiry date.
Or what about wanting to go back to that thing you copied 5 copies ago and paste it again… Enter Jumpcut. It allows you to this and more.Jumpcut is a great little app that allows you to go back through your previous copies and paste them. It’s free, and easy to use.
Once it’s running, you just cut and paste as normal, but when you want to access an older clipboard item, you simply click on the jumpcut icon in the menubar and it will give you a list of your most recent copies.
It will look something like this:
Select the line containing your clipped text, and it pastes as if you did an Apple-V.
The preferences allow you to select how many items you want it to remember – I have mine set of 40!
It’s free and you can download it from here.