The marked text can be extensively modified with this function in every application. The application simply has to support Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V, which most do. You can conduct nearly any modifications per script.
- In Upper Case Letters
The marked text will be converted to upper case letters.
- In Lower Case Letters
The marked text will be converted to lower case letters.
- First Letter Upper Case
The first letter of each word will be written in upper case, all others letters will be in lower case.
- From/To Hexadecimal Series
The text entered will converted into the corresponding hexadecimal series and back. e.g. hello becomes 48616C6C6F.
- From HTML/UTF/Quoted Printable
Coded umlauts and special characters will be converted to the corresponding characters, e.g. Grüße to Grüße.
- To HTML
Umlauts and special characters of the marked text will be converted to the corresponding HTML codes, e.g. freundliche Grüße to freundliche Grüße.
- To UTF8
Umlauts and special characters of the marked text will be converted to the corresponding UTF8 codes.
- Modify Text
With this function, you can modify the marked text line by line:
- Replace text
Replace the entire text series.
- Remove this character
Remove this character from the complete text.
At the beginning: this character will only be removed from the beginning of the marked text.
At the end: this character will only be removed from the end of the marked text.
- Place at beginning
The text entered will be placed at the beginning.
- Place at end
The text entered will be pasted at the end.
- For each line
When activated, the defined characters will be removed and/or pasted at the beginning and/or end of each line.
- Replace text
- Modify text per script/external program
If the above options are not sufficient, no problem! A script or a program gives you nearly unlimited options.
Enter a script or external program here. When opened, this will provide a file as the first parameter. The currently marked text is in this file. The script/external program can then read this file, modify the text and write it back to the file. Clipboard Master reads this file after the changes and replaces the marked text with its contents.
The file name is automatically added as the first parameter, blank spaces appear as %quot;.
You can enter the parameter %f manually if you need multiple parameters. %f will be replaced with the file names. " will not be automatically added, enter "%f".
You can find a small sample script under \Scripts in the Clipboard Master program folder.
You can also make any changes or conduct calculations.
E.g. Mark a formula like 5*2^5+7= and let the result be calculated with a program so that 5*2^5+7=167 appears with a keystroke.