updated 08:30 pm EST, Thu January 10, 2008
iClipboard 1.1 released
Chronos has produced a new update for iClipboard, its integrated Mac utility. The program extends the usefulness of the Leopard clipboard, keeping a history of items so that they can be retrieved later. Quick Look support lets users preview contents, and items are listed on a shelf that slides out from the side of the screen. Users can specify the cut-off size for items to avoid consuming memory.
Version 1.1 now works properly with Leopard's Spaces feature, and always creates a new empty clipping at the top of the Shelf, which makes it possible to easily drag-and-drop items into the program. Regular clippings can now be deleted project-by-project, and some bugs have been remedied, such as improper display of the control bar and Shelf, and an issue which kept URL and document names from being extracted from Firefox. The full version of iClipboard costs $30.