I downloaded and installed Clipwriter in the meantime.
There’s a free Trial Version (that’s where the download link points), which according to the info should be usable for 21 days. And there’s a price of € 39.95 quoted – but the links for registering point to the abandoned web site, so my guess is that you can’t get a license even if you’re willing to pay for it. The Trial Version is from 2010 – but it still works under Windows 10. That’s all I can say about it.
My personal feeling is that this is a dead product, and I wouldn’t waste time on it.
Gesendet von Mail ( https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986 ) für Windows 10
*Von:* loro ( tabbie@... )
*Gesendet:* Samstag, 25. Juli 2020 18:23
*Betreff:* Re: [NTB-Clps] ClipWriter
Thomas Gruber wrote:
Hi Lotta, all,
I found ClipWriter here:
Haven‘t tried it yet, I had never heard of it before but I‘m curious, as
I like to learn about new programming tools. I use clips occasionally, but
too rarely to get really familiar with it. Maybe a development environment
will make it a bit easier for me (I know Axel objects...).
Kind regardsGood find. I found it at another shareware site, but there nothing came down, the file was gone. Problem is it's a shareware program. I don't remember if it was time limited of feature limited. And if it can't be registered any longer...
I think people liked and used ClipWriter. I never bought it because I was a newbie very much in learning mode then. I've found that I understand better and learn quicker if I type myself, and that goes for everything, not only clips. And learning to find my way around yet another program can be too much for me in that situation. I'd probably be more interested in it today, if it turns out it's available and updated. But that's me. How we best learn new stuff is very individual, I think.
Here's a link to one of Wayback Machine's copies of RS's program page. BTW I found RS' name. It's Ramon Silvera.
Computer says no.