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CLIPIT(1)		    General Commands Manual		     CLIPIT(1)

NAME
       ClipIt -	Lightweight GTK+ Clipboard Manager

SYNOPSIS
       clipit [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION
       ClipIt is a lightweight GTK+ clipboard manager.

       ClipIt  features	a clipboard CLI. Unrecognized options and the contents
       of your standard	input get copied to your clipboard. See	CLI EXAMPLES.

OPTIONS
       -?, --help
	      Show help	options.

       -d, --daemon
	      Run as daemon. Use this mode if you just	want  ClipIt  to  keep
	      your clipboard and primary contents safe.

       -n, --no-icon
	      Do not use status	icon.

       -c, --clipboard
	      Print clipboard contents.

       -p, --primary
	      Print primary contents.

NOTES
   ACTIONS
       ClipIt's	actions	perform	commands using the contents of your clipboard.
       "%s" in the command is replaced with the	clipboard contents.

   CLI EXAMPLES
       Put text	in the clipboard
	       echo "copied to clipboard" | clipit
	       clipit "copied to clipboard"

       Put text	in the clipboard and print the clipboard contents
	       echo "copied to clipboard" | clipit -c

   Hotkeys
	The available hotkey modifiers are <Ctrl>, <Alt>  <Shift>,  <Release>,
       <Meta>, <Super>,	<Hyper>, <Mod[1-5]>

SEE ALSO
       Website:	http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtkclipit/

AUTHOR
       Maintained by Cristian Henzel <oss@rspwn.com>.  Forked from parcellite,
       which was written by Gilberto "Xyhthyx" Miralla <xyhthyx@gmail.com>.

				  2010-11-11			     CLIPIT(1)

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