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I use Clippy every day. Just love the efficiency: ctrl-C to copy, another shortcut, ctrl-V to paste and that's it.
I use it to remove double-spaces, linebreaks and non-standard characters at once when copying the title of articles (pdf) to rename the files. Otherwise, just copying and pasting only paste the first line and characters like ';' and ':' need to be removed by hand to make an acceptable file name in Windows. It was just a pain before coming across Clippy.
However, I wish the authors did add a function to insert some characters (like quotes for example) for even more productivity. Unfortunately, the program hasn't been updated since 2002... and I never found any true equivalent.
It is close to perfection though!
I just love it!
Everybody generally recommends Foxit Reader as a replacement of Adobe but I found it frustrating, especially when copying pieces of text. Foxit generally gets the layout wrong by copying the text over 2 different columns, the spaces disappear... PDF-XChange Viewer is almost as fast to load and gets the layout right. Tab browsing is also great as it allows to keep the search terms across documents.
Adobe keeps crashing, Foxit is too approximate, XChange Viewer is just great. Highly recommended.
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