It would be much faster if instead of
1) Selecting text to paste in flashpaste hotbox,
2) click on the paste icon,
3) Then click on the program you were using to paste text,
4) ctrl+V to paste the string
1) Double click on the text in flashpaste
2) Automatically, the text goes at the cursor position of the programm used (or last active window)
[1 step !!]
opp, Flashpaste works exactly as you said the second time. You just double-click on item or hit on "Paste the String" button (at the right side of toolbar) and text should be automatically pasted to the last active window. I think that you hit on "copy" button instead of "paste".
B It would be much faster if when highlighting a string to copy in flashpaste, you press another user defined hotkey and this will casue the selected text to automatically go into a 'new clip' special dir of flashpaste (eg quickclips) without the need of pressing the copy, etc.
I'll think about this.
In coding (eg html) it is often required the copying of filenames. I would like to see a feature that when you select a list of files in a directory, you can automatically copy the filenames (as text) say by clicking rightmouse button a select "Put in flashpaste". As a result a directory with the name of the DIR will be formed in flashpaste with all the filename text as clips in assored A-Z order(optionsable in settings).
immagine you have hundred filenames and you have to copy them one by one
Good Idea, I'll add something similar features in future.