0

is there a windows like clipboard manager available for Linux with shortcut Mod+v which pops on mouse context menu?

  • It can be integrated in the desktop manager (there is one in KDE, for instance). – xenoid Feb 13 at 8:11
1
sudo apt install parcellite

the hotkey is ctrl-alt-h

2

Won't say about windows like but, did you checked ClipIt? ctrl+alt+h will give you a list and a systray icon for more options and configurations.

enter image description here

  • it's not showing history on mouse menu when clicked Ctrl+alt+H – Akhil Jalagam yesterday
  • Check Preferences -> Hotkeys if keys are set properly or not. – digiwizkid yesterday

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.