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Any text you copy on MacOS is saved to CutBox's history.
CutBox Search is activated using a global hotkey:
Cmd + Shift + V
(This can be customized in preferences.)
With the CutBox window open, search for anything you copied.
Press Enter and the selected item will paste into your current app.
To exit press Esc.
|CmdDelete||Delete selected item(s)|
|Cmdt||toggle color themes|
|CmdShift=||zoom/scale up text|
|CmdShift-||zoom/scale down text|
|CmdShift0||reset text scale/zoom|
|Cmds||toggle search modes, fuzzy match, regexp/i or regexp|
|Cmdf||toggle search favorites / everything (use the right click menu, to favorite)|
Install the compiled package.
brew tap cutbox/cutbox brew install --cask cutbox
For advanced users. Builds the package from source, full Xcode installation needed.
brew tap cutbox/cutbox brew install cutbox
When you first run CutBox Macos will prompt you that the developer cannot be identified.
If you prefer to install open source software that isn't notarized (such as CutBox, or Chromium) on your Mac, you can do this in the terminal.
sudo spctl --master-disable
I only recommend this if you feel comfortable using free software that you can code audit. CutBox is code audited by Codacy. However it doesn't participate in Apple's anti opensource gatekeeper / notarisation system or any other parts of Apple's Walled Garden.
CutBox will be free and open forever, and is licensed under GNU/GPL3, so the source is always available.
Dmg/.app builds are produced by Github Workflow actions, so you can also inspect the entire test/deploy/delivery chain. (as of Sept 2022)
Before CutBox can paste for you (when you select something and hit enter that is.) You have to enable it to control the keyboard.
Go to System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Accessibility
Unlock and add CutBox to the list of apps (also switch on the check box next to its icon).
Do the same for input monitoring...:
Go to System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Input Monitoring
Make sure CutBox is in the list and its checkbox is on.
These work best before CutBox is run. (Macos will suggest restarting CutBox anyway, wait for the CutBox icon to appear before changing a checkbox in security preferences.)
FYI If you're upgrading, you'll need to remove and re-add the new CutBox.app.
If you find a bug, click here to tell me what happened.
git clone email@example.com:CutBox/CutBox
gem install cocoapods cd CutBox pod install cd ..
To build CutBox.app:
bin/build open CutBox/build/
Run the local CutBox.app with terminal logging...
There's a Gitter channel if you have problems getting up and running (https://gitter.im/CutBox)
CutBox is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
CutBox is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.