Ditto - Getting Started

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Ditto - Getting Started

What is Ditto?

Basic Usage

Terminology

Ditto’s Main Window

Features

Key bindings

Ditto - Config

Ditto - FAQ

 

What is Ditto?

 

Ditto is an extension to the Windows Clipboard.  You copy something to the Clipboard and Ditto takes what you copied and stores it in a database to retrieve at a later time.

 

Basic Usage

 

 

Terminology

 

Clip = Copy = Something copied to the Clipboard (e.g. using Ctrl-C).  These appear as items in Ditto’s Main Window list.

 

Target or Focus Window = the window that Ditto pastes to.

 

Ditto’s Main Window

 

 

Features

 

 

Key bindings

 

Ctrl-`

Default Ditto window activation Global Hot Key

 

 

Esc

Close Window

Tab

Move focus to the next control in the current window

Ctrl-Space

Toggle Ditto window between normal and always showing on top (persistent)

 

 

Enter

Paste Selected Items in the Target Window, or Enter Group (if the item is a Group)

Alt-Enter

Open the Clip Properties Dialog

Shift-Enter

Past CF_TEXT (plain text with no formatting) only

F3

Show Full Description in a tooltip

Ctrl-A

Select All

Alt-C

Clear the search filter

 

 

Ctrl-G

Show the hierarchy of Groups in a treeview

Backspace

Go to the Parent Group

Alt-Home

Go to the History Group (all Clips)

Alt-End

Go to the list of all Groups (no Clips)

F7

Create a New Group and place the currently selected Clips in that Group

Ctrl-F7

New Group

Ctrl-X,C,V

Cut, Copy, Paste Clips between Groups (this does not use the Windows Clipboard)