AFAIK, KM does not provide any direct, native feature in the Clipboard History Switcher to perform those actions. However, it would be fairly easy to write a KM Macro that does each, except for #1. KM does not provide a built-in editor.
Write KM macro to paste to new document in another app, like TextEdit, where you can make the changes and copy to clipboard.
The biggest thing missing here is that there is no (easy) way to show the Clipboard History and allow the user to select which Clipboards to use. (@peternlewis: this would be a very handy feature for the Clipboard History Switcher )
paste and match style
KM does not offer this as part of the Clipboard History Switcher
But most rich text apps have this as a menu item, so just use this KM Action:
Like Chris @ccstone, I use both LB and KM clipboard managers. Each have their advantages.
The big advantage with KM, of course, is that you can always write your own Macro to use the clipboard history, like I did here: MACRO: Paste In Order Copied
thank you very much Chris, and thank you for the tip about merge and paste with Launchbar.
I bought copypaste pro back in 2010, and will have another look. They are recommended by TidBITS.
I think that I never got over the old PasteMaster which was superb and now seems buggy.
Chris, how do you do this in KM?
When I open the Clipboard History Switcher, and select multiple clipboards, it does NOT allow me to copy them. If I paste, it pastes all of them on the same line (not what I would usually want).
Perhaps Paste as Plain Text will work the same as Paste & Match Style in many/most cases, but I'm not sure it will in all cases. In Evernote there was a change several years ago from Paste as Plain Text to Paste & Match Style and many users reported a significant difference.
IAC, since most rich text apps offer a Paste & Match Style, it is my preferred method.
I second the suggestion by @ccstone@JMichaelTX. I am now using the KBM clipboard, often paste multiple clips and end up with a jumble of clips in succession.
Some kind of user defined separator seems essential in terms of workflow.
At the least a new line.
if I select multiple clips in the Clipboard History Switcher, and then want to paste them all, I can right click on the Clipboard History Switcher and paste as per image below. Would you know if there are any shortcuts to do so ?