Windows 10: automatically add two carriage returns to all pasted text or images
automatically add two carriage returns to all pasted text or images
It seems there used to be a windows interface for the clipbrd.exe utility but if there is one in Windows 10 I cannot find it.
I am trying to add 2 <cr> (line break) or <Enter> characters to the end of anything I put in the clipboard before it gets pasted back. Since different applications appear to treat pasted items differently I would prefer to have them even if they are "extra" or in addition to any added by pasting into a particular program. 99% of the time, I am pasting to Notepad. But it seems that i get the same results no matter what i paste to or copy from. The text or image that is copied always pastes to everything with no break. If i click Paste (or Ctrl+v) twice in a row I get the items or text exactly side by side, no "eof" marker or anything else.
When trying to copy text to create a "list" it requires clicking <Enter> twice after each paste to get it double spaced. Or at least once to keep it from not even going to the next line. In windows 7 it seems the default action included a line-feed after the paste and it was an issue to try to strip out the <cr>'s. Is there any way to get them back in Windows 10?
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