Received clipboard from remote computer.
Network Clipboard Server is started. If is on a button, click to start server.
Network Clipboard Server is stopped. If is on a button, click to stop server.
Last clipboard transmission was ok (no errors).
Last clipboard transmission had errors. See Log on main window for details.
Your Network Clipboard is connected to a remote computer.
Click this icon to disconnect (abort) manually.
Network Clipboard will connect and disconnect automatically.
Your Network Clipboard is not connected to a remote computer.
Status of remote users connected to your Network Clipboard.
If you need to stop all connections, use the Stop server button.
Your computer is asking (or being asked) remote computer's status (online or offline).
Remote computer is online.
Remote computer is not online or did not respond.
Clipboard content are dropped files.
Double click to open container folder of first file on list.
Drag and drop this icon to Windows Explorer (or any software that
accepts dropped files) to move files there.
Hold down the CTRL [Control] key before start dragging icon to change
default Move action to Copy action (source files remains).
Keep current window visible all the time.