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I'm looking for a clipboard manager that integrates well with Pantheon desktop. Can someone make any recommendation?

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Do you mean integrate well with Pantheon-desktop ?
I have been using Glipper for quite some time now. It's working fine.

sudo apt-get install glipper

Go ahead. Try it out.

  • My mistake! Fixed. Yes, I've already installed glipper but I see no trace of it in wingpanel despite I've rebooted.That's why I meant with the good integration. – derkomai Dec 19 '16 at 17:30
  • Ok, I see I can launch it from the terminal. – derkomai Dec 19 '16 at 17:31
  • Add it to your startup programs list in Applications section in Settings – Gaurav Kumar Dec 19 '16 at 17:42
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You can use "Clippy" docklet in the dock (Plank).

Open Plank preferences by pressing Ctrl and right/secondary clicking on Plank (or just run plank --preferences in the Terminal) and go to Docklets tab.

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Drag and drop Clippy icon to the dock. Right-click on it will open simply clipboard manager.

  • Thank you, this is clean! In my opinion as long the stock app is good, I will try to love that one, sometime storage are precious for dual boot OS :D – ksugiarto May 4 '17 at 5:04
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I recommended this one, my favorite clipboard manager for elementary https://appcenter.elementary.io/com.github.davidmhewitt.clipped.desktop

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There is also Clipped which you can install directly from the App Center.

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