Paper 3.6.8: Copy and paste ink for Paper Patrons

FiftyThree
Apr 12, 2017 · 1 min read

In December, we started a new subscription program called Paper Patron. The program allowed our users to optionally support the ongoing development and improvement of our software. We asked the Paper community to consider a twice-yearly subscription charge of $5.99 USD (every six months). And several people decided to subscribe.

Paper is still completely free to use. All of the previous Paper features are available to everyone.

To thank those who’ve become Patrons, we’re releasing an exclusive feature available only to subscribers: copy and paste a selected region to other pages. This is available in Paper 3.6.8.

Each time you select a portion of the canvas with the Cut Tool, the selected region is copied to an internal clipboard.

To paste the copied region into a different card, navigate to a new or existing canvas. Then tap the Paste button in the Tool Tray next to the Redo button.

The pasted region will appear on the canvas in the selected state. You can now move the pasted region of ink on the canvas and place it where you want.

If you’d like to become a Paper Patron, open the Paper app and navigate to Settings > Paper Patron.

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