We pushed an update out to the server tonight to accommodate a user request and to add a new icon set for the extra menus and Add/Change menu item.

Be sure to update!

We also had a great review written for Quick Cliq by Samer at freewaregenius.com yesterday! Because of this review we have had a VERY strong influx of new QC users and we really appreciate that!

I would like to give a warm welcome all the new users to Quick Cliq! Please let us know if you have any suggestions or comments because as you can see above we actually listen to our users. We want to make your experience with QC the best it can be.

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Radu Capan · October 9, 2010 at 3:14 pm

Keep up the good work! It’s a nice start and I hope you will find motivation to polish this application.

    John-Paul LaBorde · October 9, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    Thanks for the kind words Radu! Hopefully we will not disappoint!

Don · February 16, 2011 at 11:12 am

I’m new to this application. But looks promising enough for my purposes to invest the time required to become proficient with it.

So far I haven’t found any ability to put a dynamic macro in the clipboard text that only gets translated when pasted. Please let me know if this feature does exist.

I’m particularly interested in a current date and/or time macro with some of the usual formats these items are usually structured into. For example, a current date macro coded in the clipboard in some form like “%currdate-long%”, could be dynamically translated when pasted to output the current date in a long format like “Wednesday, February 16, 2011”.

This would be most helpful to me, EXCEPT for the fact that once I don’t have to concentrate on what the current date is, I’ll forget what day it is! It’s a small trade-off I’m excited about making.

Thank you very much for writing and donating this software (even in its current form). This was very generous of you all.

    John-Paul LaBorde · February 16, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Hi Don~

    Thanks for trying Quick Cliq!
    You’re right there is no such implementation right now, however this can be achieved very easily using the scripting language AutoHotKey (Which is what Quick Cliq is written in!). A simple 2 line script to format the date and slap it on the clipboard would do the trick. Then you could launch this script with the program.
    Executing AutoHotKey code may be a feature we include in the future (maybe) but until then doing it this way will be the best way.

    Thanks again!!!

Pavel · February 17, 2011 at 6:12 am

This is sounds useful and not hard to make, i think we will add such meta-data options in one of the next beta version, keep checking it, Don

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