Archive for the ‘Clip Manager’ Category

Clip Manager 4 Pre-release for Mac OS X

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

We are pleased to make a pre-release version available of Clip Manager version 4. Clip Manager 4 is an application that allows you to store FileMaker fields, tables, scripts, script steps, custom functions and layouts in an easy-to-use library.
A year ago, our development team started from scratch with the development of Clip Manager 4 to make the best and most powerful release since the first version. Clip Manager 4 was built for FileMaker Pro 11.

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What's new in Clip Manager 4 ?

  • New fresh user interface
  • Growl Support
  • Clip View shows a clip in a more readable format in addition to the XML view
  • Clip Info via a new Inspector Window
  • Improved XML Editor
  • Clip Manager Status Menu Bar Item
  • Improved History
  • Snippets
  • Occurrence Selector floating palette
  • Spotlight Search
  • Custom Function conflict resolver
  • Support for the new XMFN format
  • Automatic conversion of older Clip Manager formats
  • Set clip in Clipboard without opening the clip, using the contextual menu

Download the pre-release for Mac OS X here. Updates to the app will automatically become available via the update mechanism.

FileMaker DevCon in San Diego

myFMbutler will again have a booth at this year's conference. Those who are attending may want to drop by the booth to get a preview of Clip Manager 4.
Also, during DevCon, myFMbutler products will be offered at a 25% discount when customers use the coupon code 'DEVCON10' in the myFMbutler web store. That way you can purchase Clip Manager 3 at a discount now and get a free upgrade to version 4.

CampSoftware posts movie about Clip Manager

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

Hal Gumbert from CampSoftware posted a nice movie "FileMaker Clip Manager Monkey" about how he uses our Clip Manager product.

Check out the movie below or go to YouTube if you want to see it in HD.

Go to the Clip Manager product page

Clip Manager 3.1.5 Mac update released

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

We just released a small update of Clip Manager 3 for Mac OS X.

It fixes an issue where Clip Manager would not always open the correct text editor on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

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Download it here or select "Check for Updates" from the Clip Manager 3 menu.

Clip Manager 101: Share your Clips part III

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

In our previous blog posts, we looked at how you can share your clips via a shared folder on your local network, or via Subversion both locally or over the internet. But there's another easy way to share your clips with your fellow FileMaker buddies over the Internet, without any complex setup: enter Dropbox and SugarSync.

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Clip Manager 3.1.4 update released

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Clip Manager 3.1.4 build 566 is now available for both Windows and Mac. This update brings version parity to both platforms.

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Here's an overview of the changes:

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Clip Manager 101: How Clip History can save your life

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

CM101_History_001So let’s say you spent a couple of hours on making a great FileMaker script or layout. You are testing it, making some additional changes and at a certain moment your script is broken. You get a little panic attack. What did I change? Do I have a backup?
If you’re using Clip History, you know exactly what you can do.
In this post, we will explore the Clip History and give you some insights on why we implemented it in Clip Manager.

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Clip Manager 101: Share your Clips Part II

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

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In our previous blog post, we showed you how you can share your clips via a shared folder on your local network. But maybe you want to share your clips with your fellow FileMaker buddies over the Internet. Shared folders can be an option but it requires that you are online all the time and can rely on a fast network. In the next couple of articles we will explore several alternative ways of sharing your clips.
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Clip Manager 101: Share your Clips Part I

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

SharedSometimes you want to share your Clip Manager clips with your colleagues. In the next couple of weeks we will explore several ways to do this.

If you are on a local network the most obvious way to share clips is via a shared folder on your network.
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Clip Manager 101: Set the GUI Delay

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

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During FileMaker Devcon in San Francisco we received a lot of positive feedback for Clip Manager and we wish to thank all of you who were there for their valuable input. Many among you are using Clip Manager for copy-and-pasting of Custom Functions into FileMaker. Some of you admitted they would love to use Clip Manager more, but didn’t figured out yet how to get started with this.
That's why we decided to launch a new series of posts called 'Clip Manager 101'. These posts are aimed squarely at those who are new to the Clip Manager. We’ll also be sharing some tips and trick for people already familiar with Clip Manager.

If you have any suggestions, questions or a fabulous trick that you would like to share, leave us a note at info@myfmbutler.com.
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Clip Manager 3.1.3 for Mac OS X released

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

We just released an upgrade to our Clip Manager for Mac OS X.

What's new in version 3.1.3 Mac?

  • Fully translated to Japanese
  • Added alias support to the Clip Browser
  • Added support for custom icons
  • Added new preference to scan the clipboard in the background
  • Updated Sparkle framework
  • Greatly improved Clips browser
  • Bug fixes
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    How to upgrade ?

    1° Use the built-in updater to automatically install the latest version
    2° If you are using the new demo installer, some people have reported issues when upgrading. In order to avoid any problems, please remove your current app from /Applications/myFMbutler Clip Manager/ before installing the upgrade.

    The Japanese verison will be available soon, exclusively through fmgateway.jp

    If you are attending DevCon, myFMbutler will again have a booth at this year's conference. You may want to drop by the booth to get a sneak peek at a future version of Clip Manager, that is currently under development.

    Also, during DevCon, myFMbutler products will be offered at a 25% discount when customers use the coupon code 'DEVCON09' in the myFMbutler web store.