Is there any app for Windows that can literally save the current contents of the clipboard to a specific tempfile with predefined and unchanging filename without prompting when one key combo gets pressed, and load the contents of that file into the clipboard when a different key gets pressed? For example, shift-ctrl-c ("copy like you REALLY MEAN IT") copieswhatever's currently selected into the clipboard and saves it to c:\clipboard.clp (replacing whatever was previously saved), and shift-ctrl-v loads c:\clipboard.clp into the clipboard (replacing whatever was in the clipboard) and pastes it?
I'm trying to find an alternative to Synergy+'s dysfunctional clipboard-handling that lets me just copy and save to a file on a networked drive, and load & paste from the same file. I've tried Ditto, but I can't find any way to get it to work reliably in general (it works sometimes, but not always) when I try configuring it to hide its prompts. For what it's worth, the clipboard content is RTF -- sometimes images, sometimes formatted text, sometimes both. The file itself is purely a way to get the data from one computer to the other.