TwinkiePaste is the utility for quickly typing commonly used text, dates, greetings, standard responses, Internet URLs, logins and passwords, and code templates. TwinkiePaste helps to quickly type text in almost any application, thus saving a lot of time and routine. How TwinkiePaste works? Press a hotkey in any application. TwinkiePaste displays a menu with text templates that may be inserted at the cursor. Select the menu command. Done. Text is inserted. The essential feature: one hotkey to insert any of the text templates. No need to remember the settings for each individual text. Key Features: Pastes plain or formatted text into any applications. Keeps a clipboard history. Smart text insertion using macros: selected text, date/time, usernames. Configurable hotkeys. Simple, lightweight and user friendly phrase editor. Unicode support. Minimal system requirements. No proprietary file format - our database is simple XML only. Also we can suggest portable version. Multilingual user interface includes English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and others. What you see is what you get. TwinkiePaste shows text in the text selection menu exactly as it will appear when pasted. In addition, a special tooltip will show extended information: format of data being pasted, cursor position after pasting, layout switching after insertion. Instantly paste dates, days of week, etc. These will be pasted with the current layout taken into account. For example, if you were writing in English, the English "March" will be inserted. If you were writing in German, the program will insert "Marz". This clipboard history is always at hand, since the program keeps a complete log of all operations. All previously pasted data can be pasted through the TwinkiePaste menu. An additional floating panel gives you more opportunities: save text to a file, change character case, clear the clipboard from formatting.
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2.97 build 571
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2008
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