I've tried out a bunch of different Linux clipboard managers and all of them seem to have some incredibly important missing feature whether that be image support, or anything else you may want in a clipboard history manager but today we're checking out Copyq which is probably the closest thing to complete that I've seen thus far.
CopyQ GitHub: https://github.com/hluk/CopyQ
CopyQ Documentation: https://copyq.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
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