If you’ve spent a lot of energy on styling one chunk of text and need other chunks styled just the same way, then copying and pasting just the style — without the text itself — is the way to go. Here’s how.
Keyboard Maestro can do some very clever things with the clipboard and that’s great for anyone who writes. It’s also a good way to run Applescripts and Shell scripts. Here’s how to get even more work out of Keyboard Maestro.
Command Option Shift v in many programs allows you to paste text from elsewhere while matching the style of the paragraph you’re pasting into.
Sick of copy and pasting one item at a time? There are ways to load up the clipboard with multiple clips and then paste them all. Here’s one way.
Copy a podcast link and subscribe with iTunes. Here’s how.
CopyPaste-X 2.0 gives you multiple clipboards on the Mac.