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I use Ditto in Windows, and often use the custom keyboard shortcuts for pasting the 2nd or 3rd previously copied clipboard entries. Is there a way to do this in Ubuntu? I have tried all the clipboard managers and don't see a way to do it in any of them. Whichever clipboard manager which allows this will be the one I choose. Many thanks.

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  • "I have tried all the clipboard managers" would be nice if you listed them so we do not need to check them ourself ;-) clipman (xfce)? copyq? diodon (ubuntu), gpaste (gnome3)? – Rinzwind Feb 20 '16 at 18:38
  • No need to check them anew yourself. Just looking if someone already knows of a program that offers it. – Rockishi Feb 22 '16 at 21:28