This page describes how to pin selected items in a tab so they cannot be accidentally removed or moved from current row.
Why pin items?
There are two main reasons to pin items.
If a new item is added to a list (e.g. automatically when clipboard changed), rest of the items need to move one row down, except pinned items which stay on the same row. This is useful to pin important items to the top of the list.
If a tab is full (see option “Maximum number of items in history” in “History” configuration tab), adding a new item removes old item from bottom of the list. Pinned items cannot be removed so the last unpinned item is removed instead.
New items cannot be added to a tab if all its items are pinned and the tab is full.
On Windows, to enable this feature you need to install “Pinned Items” plugin.
To enable this functionality, assign keyboard shortcut for Pin and Unpin
actions in “Shortcuts” tab in Preferences (
Keyboard shortcut for both menu items can be the same since at most one of the menu items is always visible.
If set up correctly, when you select items, Pin action should be available in toolbar, context menu and “Item” menu.
Selecting the Pin menu item (or pressing assigned keyboard shortcut) will pin selected items to their current rows.
Pinned items will show with gray bar on the right side in the list.
Deleting pinned items won’t work, unpin the items first. Unpin action is available if an pinned item is selected.
Pinned items also will stay in same rows unless you move them with mouse or
using keyboard shortcuts (