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Looking for an "Auto-paster"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by hoovandr, Feb 12, 2015.

  1. hoovandr

    hoovandr Newbie

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    Anyone know of a tool that will automatically paste what you've copied into a word processor?
    I find it so tedious having to copy - go to processor - paste - repeat. I'm happy to do it because I have
    had some success with my method I just could be using my time better.
     
  2. EnzBots

    EnzBots Junior Member

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    I can automate your task completely if you would like, pm me ;)
     
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  4. hoovandr

    hoovandr Newbie

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    Thank you this is exactly what I needed! I'm new to this so I don't have all the terminology down yet. Thanks again!
     
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    Short of building a macro set to some hotkeys, you could get a mouse that has buttons that are programmable to standard keystrokes.

    For instance, Logitech Performance MX mouse (expensive, but there are cheaper ones) has several buttons, any two which could be programmed to do a CTRL-C (or CTRL-A) and the other to CTRL-V.

    This may, in fact, be faster than using some program, as you'd have to initiate it after highlighting and may have to tell it where to paste.

    If it is a large volume, you may need some scraper, scanner type program to create a TXT or CSV file, and another to do the inserting / pasting. This is rather simple to program, if the text you are copying has some consistent way to identify its location in the source.
     
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  6. JanZeman

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    Hi Hoovandr,

    Here is Jan - a creator of several clipboard managers downloadable on clipa.vu. As said below you can try to build some macros, mouse and keyboard shortcuts but in 99% it cannot compete with a dedicated tool. Try out my Clipa.Vu for Windows Desktop program. It does what macros cannot - it collects your previous clips. Then you can hit 3x Ctrl and press for example number 3. Such an action will make the older clip to be the current one again, or (after one simple check box in the settings) it will directly paste it to the windows where you were before you activated Clipa.Vu. That is probably what you wanted. The whole pasting operation takes no more then a second or two... Best regards, Jan