network clipboard utilities


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Spacey Spade

I know of two:

Thumbs up for this one:
http://netclipboard.sourceforge.net/
I have yet to test it thoroughly since bug was fixed, but it is
barebones like I like. Basic copy and paste of text. I don't see much
point of network copy and paste of files when I can just access shared
drives/folders. A little more work involved for text.

Haven't tried this one:
http://www.asc.sk/download/utils.html

Do you know of any others?


<misc>
What I would also really like is "network quick folders" (reference
google [site:pricelessware.org "quick folders"], without the brackets).

And how about dragging a folder from windows explorer onto an "open" or
"save as" dialogue, rather than surfing thru all those folders when you
are looking at the one you want in the window next door. And how about
dragging the folder to an icon in the systray to add it to the top of
the list of "network quick folders"? How about that huh? I'm willing
to learn to code just to get this going. What would be the best
programming language to use for this type of app? Okay, I understand
the typical user isn't walking back and forth between a few puters, but
someday you just might!!! Yes, I plea insanity!
</misc>

Spacey
 
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rach

Spacey Spade said:
I know of two:

Thumbs up for this one:
http://netclipboard.sourceforge.net/
I have yet to test it thoroughly since bug was fixed, but it is
barebones like I like. Basic copy and paste of text. I don't see much
point of network copy and paste of files when I can just access shared
drives/folders. A little more work involved for text.

Haven't tried this one:
http://www.asc.sk/download/utils.html

Do you know of any others?
[snip]

I like how WinVNC transfers text between the windows vnc viewer and server.
Useful when working with a remote desktop.
 

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