ANNOUNCE: xfce4-clipman-plugin 1.6.0 released

Simon Steinbeiss simon at
Mon Mar 30 00:07:25 CEST 2020

xfce4-clipman-plugin 1.6.0 is now available for download from

What is xfce4-clipman-plugin?

Xfce4 Clipman Plugin is a clipboard manager for Xfce. It keeps the
clipboard contents around while it is usually lost when you close an
application. It is able to handle text and images, and has a feature to
execute actions on specific text selections by matching them against
regular expressions.


Release notes for 1.6.0
This is a feature release.
Apart from fixing deprecations, improving the settings dialog and
small improvements to the panel plugin a new feature has been
introduced: xfce4-clipman-history.
It allows you to search the history interactively and paste directly (or
just update the clipboard by holding Ctrl).

- Add standalone dialog to search history: xfce4-clipman-history
- Don't delete the history on startup
- plugin: Indicate if clipman is disabled (Bug #11381)
- plugin: Bind middle-click to toggle "inhibit"
- plugin: Add "Clipman settings..." menuitem
- plugin: "Show full history..." menuitem
- plugin: Wire up max-menu-items setting
- settings: Make strings translatablei (Bug #16496)
- settings: Improve responsiveness of actions tab
- settings: Replace GtkStock icons and tweak actions dialog
- settings: Revamp UI and add max-menu-items setting
- settings: Further UI tweaks
- daemon: Show info dialog if already running
- Add warning if clipman is not running
- Show info/warning dialogs if clipman is (not) running
- Add clipman-settings desktop file
- Replace deprecated g_type_class_add_private
- Replace GtkStock items
- Improve clipman autostart file
- Update copyright
- Update gitignore
- Translation Updates:
  Albanian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (China),
  Chinese (Taiwan), Danish, Dutch, French, Galician, German,
  Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Norwegian
  Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian,
  Serbian, Spanish, Turkish

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