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Download Ditto Inventory and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Synchronize inventory with other devices. This is the perfect app for commerce, airline meal order, or any inventory management application.
Connect your device to the big screen in seconds ¬— no cables, adapters or confusing technology required.
There are many things to worry about when you’re standing in front of your peers and all eyes are on you. With Ditto Connect, screen mirroring isn’t one of them.
EASY TO USE
Ditto Connect makes it easy to wirelessly display what’s on your screen to everyone in the room.
Simply enter a room code into Ditto Connect and your device will automatically connect to the appropriate Ditto receiver. Never worry about connecting to the wrong screen or not having the right adapters or technology again.
Consider how much meeting or class time is spent trying to figure out how to connect to the primary display. That’s not a problem anymore. No more wasted time. No more frustration.
Screen mirroring with Ditto Connect in any conference room, meeting space or classroom is simple and immediate for anyone who needs to share their screen. You can even mirror to multiple screens simultaneously.
HOW IT WORKS:
• Open the Ditto Connect app
• Enter a room code
• Begin sharing
*You will need a Ditto receiver to connect. Do not expect to download this app and be able to connect to any TV, receiver or display without first setting up a Ditto receiver. Seriously, that won’t work.
To learn more about setting up a Ditto receiver, visit airsquirrels.com/ditto/receivers
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Ratings and Reviews
How does this app even work ?
What room number ?
Waist of downloading time.
Do not download
That is terrible it’s just a waste of time what’s the room code anyway Do not download! 😡
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Jumpcut is a macOS clipboard manager that provides Mac users with quick, intuitive access to their clipboard history, with an interface that stays out of their way. It’s been around for over fifteen years, saving users time and preventing frustration whenever they need to use a phone number, URL, or code snippet that they had just a minute ago. It’s absolutely free and open source under the MIT License.
The most recent version of Jumpcut is 0.75, released July 2021.
or install using Homebrew:
Jumpcut currently supports versions of macOS from 10.10 (Yosemite) forward. Users of older Macintoshes may want to consider Jumpcut 0.63, which supports operating systems as old as OS X 10.3.9 Panther.
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Code is available on GitHub. Jumpcut is written in Objective-C.
Note to Upgraders
Users upgrading from 0.63 have reported issues with the Accessibility tab of the “Security & Preferences” Preferences panel, which is required to make the paste functionality work. If Jumpcut is not pasting despite the “Clipping selection pastes” preference being checked in Jumpcut, please see here.
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Jumpcut is designed to be simple. Move the Jumpcut application (the one with the pretty scissors icon) to your Applications directory. Launch Jumpcut. A scissors icon will appear in your menu bar. Now whenever you cut or copy a text item, it’ll be added to the “stack” of clippings that Jumpcut has recorded.
To get at a clipping, choose one from under the Jumpcut menu item. Or, set a global hotkey (from the Preferences menu) and begin using Jumpcut via keyboard. (The default value for this hotkey is Control + Option + V.) Typing it will bring up a pop-up bezel, similiar to the application switcher. Hold the modifier keys (Command and Option by default) and use the arrow keys or the non-modifier key (V, by default) to scroll through the stack. (Shift plus the non-modifier key scrolls in reverse. Release all keys to select the clipping, or hit Escape to cancel.
When you’ve selected a clipping, Jumpcut will put it on the pasteboard and attempt to paste it into your application. It does this by mimicking a user typing Command-V. (As such, the first time you run Jumpcut, you’ll be prompted by macOS to give Jumpcut access to type into other programs. If this access is not given or the “Clipping selection pastes” in preference in Jumpcut is unchecked, the clipping will still be put on your pasteboard and you can paste manually. (If you change your mind, you can add Jumpcut in the Accessibility pane of the “Security & Privacy” System Preference manually.) Read more about accessibilty.
Jumpcut remembers the last clipping you selected using the bezel. The next time you bring the bezel up, it will start with that clipping unless it’s scrolled off the stack.
Some users may prefer to use a 'sticky bezel'; if this preference is enabled, you must hit return to select a clipping or escape to dismiss the bezel once it is activated.
Not Using Jumpcut
Not for you? You might want to try out other open source macOS clipboard managers, such as Maccy or Clipy.
Contributing to Jumpcut
I review pull requests and issues filed and welcome questions or suggestions, but Jumpcut is a hobbyist project and releases should be expected to be infrequent.
A “jump cut” is a film editing technique in which two shots of the same subject matter from slightly different angles are shown sequentially, creating an effect of jumping forward in time. Jumpcut is designed to move your clipboard backward in time, but it’s a nice name for a lightweight clipboard manager, and I like both Breathless and Man with a Movie Camera.
My contact info is available on GitHub.