iClip is a pretty neat application. I might find more use for this when I compile google images for photo editing.
Everything works fluid. If I copy a picture, or copy text, the data flows right into iClip. The wonderful feature I like is that when you hover over the appropriate "shutter," your clipboard's preview gets a sweet side bubble that displays your entire contents - usually the full screen image of what you wrote. It's pretty trick. I did keep iClip at the right side of the screen, because that's where it is most useful. iClip also does a great job when I have a Windows virtual machine open. Because Windows is in the Mac environment, anytime I copy text in XP, it goes right over to iClip. So, this is an universal clipboard manager that's easy to use. Great job.
I do, "wag my finger" however at one feature that's not necessarily irritating, but odd (to be fair, I can see why it's done). All menu functions are native to the app itself - much like you'd see on a Windows computer, and not in Leopard's menu bar. When I clicked open iClip from the right side of my monitor, I expected the Leopard's menubar to change from "Finder" to "iClip." Well, it didn't - and I was a little surprised. All preference options are done through iClip's small menubar - which is the first time I've seen this done on the OS X platform tbh.
Otherwise, it is a solid program that has for the most part, a great looking UI, and the clipboard manager works like a charm. Settings are relatively easy to define, although I do wish there was some more documentation regarding all of the individual settings and options. Regardless, it's pretty awesome - and it's something I'll incorporate when managing lots of pictures.
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