Editors' reviewThis Clipboard extender offers decent storage and viewing capabilities, but a cumbersome interface limits its appeal. 101 Clips automatically stores up to 30 clippings, so you can, for example, browse the Web without interruption. Clipped objects go into slots in the application window. Images appear under the generic heading Graphics Clip, but a preview window makes distinguishing them easy. Retrieving clips is the hard part. You can't select clips from within an application; instead you have to bring 101 Clips into focus. Clicking a clip pastes it into the last-activated program. Despite the configurable hot keys and cursor movements for activating the program window, the need to switch back and forth is a nagging annoyance. Still, Web researchers may derive some benefit from 101 Clips.
101 is the simplest of multi-clipboard programs. Just have it running minimized and it captures everything you cut or copy from other programs. It keeps the last 25 clips. When you want to paste one back, all you have to do is restore it and click on the clip you want. If you prefer to work entirely from the keyboard, you can choose a hot key to restore and then paste any clip by typing the letter shown next to it.
When you move the mouse over the clips, you can see them in the viewer. If the clip is text, you see several lines and if it is a graphic, you see a thumbnail. Version 9.02 has a minor bug fix.
What's new in this version:
Version 9.04 has a minor bug fix.