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  1. razzell2

    razzell2 New Member

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    How can I view my clipboard? Do I have to go thru my browser to clear my clipboard? Ive had my clipboard pop up a couple of times, accidentally, but I don't yet know how to clear it.
    Thanks much

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    Before I flashed the rom I am on now I used to just long press on the input field and you will get a menu for "input method". Select clipboard. Once in clipboard you can delete stuff. I am on CM7 and the only thing I can pick for input method is Android Keyboard.

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    I use a free app called Clipboard Contents.
     
  4. razzell2

    razzell2 New Member

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    Lizard and silverfang...thanks for replying.
    I will give lizards info a try, if that doesn't work ill try your app, silverfang.

    Lizard, I assume ur talking about holding my finger on the address bar up top in my browser?


    Thanks guys

    Update....lizard, I get Share Page, and Copy URL when I long hold. Can't see any access to view my clipboard contents. :(
     
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  5. lizard

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    I was meaning ANY input field. A lot of people paste passwords from clipboard to avoid keyloggers. They can't record what your typin if your not typin it! Form data fields would also be considered input fields. In case you don't know, you can pick in your browser settings not to remember passwords and form data, and clear them as well. Sure miss my clipboard, ill prolly be checking that app out as well. Best of luck. ;)

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    HTC has a clipboard, does RAZR?
     
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    Yes, I believe it does but I have always used the app "Clipper+" which is a bit more advanced than your standard clipboard and you can store "canned texts" or info there for easy paste...
     
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    Thanks for the TIP. I'll examine this app and possibly download it. If you like this question as I do, how about a THUMBS UP? I believe it to be very useful for most users of modifying text. Your thoughts? Thanks.
     
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    smalltowngirl13 DF Administrator Staff Member

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    Cool, report back your thoughts!
     
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    thaDroidz Silver Member

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    I'm confused, are you seeking validation that you didn't ask a stupid question by soliciting a thumbs up? Or did you try it and failed and seeking advice?

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    I believe it's report. The key to this question is finding good info for everyone. The more knowledge I have, the more I'd love to share. Validation of good submissions is a credit to all members in the forum.

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