In Linux, having the right kind of clipboard manager makes or
breaks the user's ability to copy and paste content from one test
source to another. Having tried both GNOME's clipboard manager and
KDE's, I found that Parcellite presented the least hassle for my
own Ubuntu desktop. What makes this a must-have application?
"Here's why: You're able to copy and paste text content easily
and are able to store other words and phrases as selectable
alternatives to the initial selected text. In other words, you can
copy and paste multiple phrases as if you had a copy machine."