- Opening the Tray App
- Clipboard Manager
- Quick Create
- Configure Global Shortcut
- Enable/Disable Tray App
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- You are using the Cacher Desktop client for macOS, Windows or Linux. Download for your platform.
Opening the Tray App
When you start Cacher, there will be a new icon in your macOS/Windows/Linux tray area:
Click on this icon to open up the Tray app.
The Tray App can also be opened via a global shortcut:
- macOS: ⌘+Shift+Alt+K
- Windows/Linux: Ctrl+Shift+Alt+K
The Clipboard Manager holds a history of the most recent 100 copied text items from your clipboard. From here you can search for particular content to either:
- Copy back to the clipboard
- Create as a new snippet
Click on the New Snippet tab to bring up the Quick Create interface. Here you'll be able to easily compose a new snippet, assign labels, pick a code reviewer (if using team code reviews) and save to a selected library.
Configure Global Shortcut
You can enable/disable the global shortcut or record your own hotkey combination. Just open up the Settings dialog using the settings icon:
Enable/Disable Tray App
To enable or disable the Tray App:
- Click the User Dropdown in the top-right corner of the header.
- Open up Personal Settings.
- Navigate to the Preferences tab on the left-hand side.
- Flip the toggle to enable or disable the Tray App.
This is a neat feature that I may one day use, however for now my menu bar is too cluttered. Can you please add a preference to disable this?
In v1.6.8 of the desktop client, you can disable the Tray App.
So, in Windows, the tray icon goes away when you close the main desktop client. This makes the tray icon pointless. If you have to have the client open, taking up space in the taskbar in order to use the tray icon, then that makes the tray icon a useless feature.
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