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| * [[http://sourceforge.net/projects/clipcast|Sourceforge project page]]
* [[attachment:clipcast-0.1.2.tar.gz|Source (clipcast-0.1.2.tar.gz)]]
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[[http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=120253|Mailing lists (none yet)]]
What is clipcast?
Clipcast is a multi-platform network clipboard.
It works as follows:
- You paste your clipboard content into an icon (which is optionally integrated into your windowing system like Gnome Panel or Windows Taskbar)
- The content is then send encrypted to a set of other clipcast instances
- Each instance puts the content into their own clipboard
Veeeery convenient, if you have more than one workstation on your desk.
Available platforms at the moment are: native X11 (Xt) and Windows. Mac OS X, Gnome and KDE to come.
On the first computer (here: Unix/X11 with ctwm)
(1) Select the text, that you want to copy to the second computer
(2) Middle-click on the clipcast icon
On the second computer (here: Windows 2000)
(3) Place the cursor in a text field and press Ctrl-V (or whatever method you prefer to paste text in Windows)
(4) On Windows, the clipcast icon is here, in case you want to copy text from the second to the first computer.
Current version is 0.1.3 (refreshed in 2017)
Either from the