Clipboard gadget is free folks!
A brand-new UK software firm, aQtive, on Wednesday launched a "super intelligent toolbar" which, it claims, will bridge the gap between desktop and the Internet.
OnCue looks like a normal desktop toolbar, but it's "Qbit" icons automatically alter when text is copied to the clipboard.
In the future aQtive plan to provide regularly updated Qbits. It will also allow other companies to create there own Qbits from freely available Java sourcecode.
OnCue is currently available free from the aQtive website. Although only available for Windows 95 and 98 at the moment, aQtive plan to release Linux and Unix versions within the next quarter.
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