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    I've searched for this and cant find anything that seems to do what I really want. On my pre-OS5 Palm, I used to use multi-clip hack to allow multiple clipboards (i.e. I could cut multiple text items from the todo list to later paste 1 at a time into a jfile db). I found an OS5 compatible app called Clip Pro but cant get it to work correctly since the Treo600 doesnt have a grafitti area to allow the required command upstroke from the 'menu button' to the graffiti window. Just pressing menu-c or menu-p on the treo only recognizes the 1 palm clipboard.
    Has anyone else come across a solution? Thanks.
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    LClipDA is a desk accessory that has 10 clipboards. For keyboard only units, you can use DA Launcher 4.1.b1 (Option + Return). It can installed as a preference panel or a hack. If you have a OS 5 and a grafitti area then you can use DA Launcher 5.x.
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    ClipPro launches when you select text in a memo or text entry area. If you have no text to select such as a new memo, simply type a character then select it to launch ClipPro. If you want to use the regular clipboard or to close ClipPro after it's launched, just tap the screen again.
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    Originally posted by pochaco
    LClipDA is a desk accessory that has 10 clipboards. For keyboard only units, you can use DA Launcher 4.1.b1 (Option + Return). It can installed as a preference panel or a hack. If you have a OS 5 and a grafitti area then you can use DA Launcher 5.x.
    Have you actually used this combination on a Treo600? I am unable to get this to work.
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    Have only used LClipDA with DA Launcher 4.1b1 on my Treo 90. Sorry I can't be more helpful. Now that I think of it, you could set it as a favorite in McPhling, no?

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