SOLVED quicktextpaste


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Is quicktextpaste safe?
If it is safe, how do I stop windows defender from blocking it?
Is there a better program that will allow me to use keyboard combinations to store words, phrases or even sentences?
 
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No idea whether it is safe or not.

Seems like a very basic application that is not particularly user friendly.

I assume you mean your firewall is blocking the app, to which end:
  • Click Start | Settings cog | Update & Security
  • Click Firewall & network protection
  • Click Allow an app through firewall
  • A second dialog will open. Scroll the list to locate your quicktexpaste and check the box you want, private or public
  • Apply change
Use at your own risk!
 
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Thanks for the reply. It didn't work. I got to the the box listing the apps that I could change. It didn't show up. Below was a button saying something to the effect that I could get more apps. It had a brouse button. It should have shown up in downloads but it didn't show there.
I've deleted it.
 
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I am not familiar with keyboard shortcuts, or the utility you have mentioned, but a Right key (hold it down) and outline what you need to copy , then transfer/print/what you will, works for me- Point to another location, desktop for example, and paste.
 

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