I apologize for posting my suggestions and bug reports in the review section. I will edit my post and because of your responsiveness and receptivity, adjust my rating accordingly. Here are the suggestions and problems described in my original post.
- To be able to configure a keyboard combination to copy into the cache.
- To be able to optionally add the date and time when clipping.
- To be able to expand the number of allowed characters before and after the URL. This way, I can have a prefix of "Location: " or "Pasted from: "
A problem surfaced when I realized that large clips are being truncated. Is there a limit on the size of individual clips? Can this limit be removed?
Steps to reproduce:
Clip a few articles from the NYTimes.com website. Note that I capture both the page title and url when I clip.
Now try a long article from the magazine section. For this, I used this article.
Clip all of the text in the article.
Save the clips to the clipboard.
Paste them and compare the clips to the sources. I will bet that the magazine clip is truncated.
Note that I have tested this on a Windows 7 Professional machine with 8GB RAM and an i7 processor. Also Tested on a Windows 10 machine with 16GB RAM and a i5 processor. Both give me the same result.
I have also tested the magazine article using ctrl+c and copy plain text. Both methods paste the full article correctly. So I thought maybe the other clips were doing something that caused the magazine article to truncate. That assumption proved wrong. I copied the magazine article alone and saved it to the clipboard. The result was the same. It was truncated as before. Identically.
Does this information help?