It would be right to say that almost every day a developer comes with a new way for using the Notification hub for jailbreak purposes. As soon as the iOS 5 was introduced, it seems that Notification Center based tweaks have taken the spotlight. A new tweak has been released for the Notification Center, by the name ?ClipboardEdit’, and it has been developed by Ron Melkihor. This tweak allows people to manipulate copied text strings through the Notification Center, on their jailbroken devices. Read all about this useful tweak, after the break!
There are a lot of users who use the iOS copy functionality for copying and pasting data from one place to another. Users also use this functionality for copying URLs in order to read webpages at another time. The ClipboardEdit tweak is useful for such users as it creates a new section in the Notification Center, and the section automatically reads from the clipboard and then displays the text.
Furthermore, when a text has been copied, the user can also go into the Notification Center and edit it anyway they want. After the editing, the article is overwritten over the original content present on the clipboard, and you can then use the edited content for pasting onto another app or send it through e-mail or even a text message, to someone.
One thing which you should keep in mind is that this tweak is only for text-based content, which means that this tweak won?t recognize images when you try to copy them. This tweak won?t add a new Springboard icon or a menu in the stock Settings app. All you?ll get is an option in the NC from where you can enable or disable the tweak. When you enable it, an empty bar will appear in the NC, which will display the text that you have copied.
The ClipboardEdit tweak is a free download and is present in the BigBoss repository.
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