Projects / Netclipboard


Netclipboard provides multi-platform clipboard synchronization over a local broadcast-capable network. It is based on the QT toolkit, and will build and run on Linux/X11 as well as Microsoft Windows. When used in combination with either KDE2.0+ or MS Windows, it will dock itself in the system tray. This mode of operation is effective and unintrusive.

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Recent releases

  •  11 May 2004 21:15

    Release Notes: The codebase has been migrated to QT3. Excessive traffic and client reverberation (bugs #937301 and #834479) have been fixed. Annoyances with tooltips on windows (FR #618515) have been fixed.

    •  23 Sep 2002 10:37

      Release Notes: This version addresses tray color depth issues on Windows that led to black and/or transparent tray icons, fixes header dependencies on Unix, and includes other miscellaneous bugfixes.

      •  27 Aug 2002 14:18

        Release Notes: The Network Clipboard is now capable of remembering network settings between invocations.

        •  08 Aug 2002 12:22

          Release Notes: This release adds support for docking in the system tray on KDE 2.0+ and MS Windows.


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