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Clipboard Viewer Component

Discussion in 'Delphi Components,Freeware, Open Source' started by AdminDF, Mar 26, 2014.

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    TPJCBView is a non-visual Delphi component which registers a hidden window as a "clipboard viewer".

    This means that Windows notifies the component whenever the clipboard contents change. On receipt of these notifications the component triggers an event. By handling the event your application can respond to changes on the clipboard. The component can be used as the heart of a program that displays "live" information about the clipboard. Alternatively it can simply enable and disable other components whose state depends on the available clipboard formats.

    TPJCBView provides an Enabled property that is used to enable and disable the component and hence it's events. It also has a TriggerOnCreation property that triggers an event when the control is created.

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