CopyQ, an advanced clipboard manager with searchable and editable history and with support for image formats, command line control and more, is now at version 1.9.3.
The clipboard monitor, command interface and graphical interface are all accessible from the tray, once you start the application. Any new clipboard content is stored in the first tab.
According to the developers, item and tab encryption are now possible with the help of GnuPG, a FakeVim plugin for editing items has been added (Vim editor emulation), and users can now use the drag and drop for items on the list.
Also, the appearance of “Notes” has been improved, the search bar has been repaired, a new GUI has been added for applications and system-wide shortcuts, and much more.