If the data in the clipboard is text or picture data and you try to paste it into the Explorer Panel you will be asked to save the clipboard data as a text or image file.
Saving Text Data
If the data in your clipboard is text and you press Ctrl+V (or Menu > Edit > Paste) while the focus in Multi Commander is in an Explorer Panel, you will be shown a dialog where you can save the text content from the clipboard to a file.
The dialog lets you choose the format to save the text in
- Ascii - convert to CRLF
- Unicode - convert to CRLF
- Binary (Raw data)
Some special handling is done for text data. If the text data in your clipboard looks like a path for an existing folder or file, then instead of opening a dialog, Multi Commander will immediately change the current location to that path you have in your clipboard data. If the path in the clipboard has a file specified then the focus will be set to that file.
Saving Image Data
If the clipboard data is an image (for example if you pressed print screen to take a screenshot), you will be given the option to select the image format to save it in.
You can save the image the following format