This App Saves Clipboard Content as File on Ubuntu

Every copied a block of text to your clipboard and wished you could quickly save it as a file? Well, open source developer Marcos Costales (of Folder Color fame) has released a new app that does precisely this. When the ‘Clipboard to File’ tool is installed you get a new right-click context-menu entry in Nautilus file manager (or the Nemo and Caja file managers). When you select it, it saves clipboard content as a new text file or, if you copied an image, saves the image as a PNG. I often copy a big paragraph of text in the browser :sys_more_orange:


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