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I discovered this one on the flight home. The Paste ... menu item (Shift-Command-V) raises up a window of recently copied selections on the clipboard.
I've noticed this too, but I prefer to use Jumpcut (http://jumpcut.sourceforge.net/) which gives me the same functionality system-wide. There are one or two other utilities out there that do basically the same thing.
And for Windows, ClipX works similarly and is free (as in beer).
But the IntelliJ Idea clipboard holds more information that generic clipboard extension could. When you paste from the IntelliJ Idea clipboard it asks you whether you want to automatically inject imports associated with used classes in code fragment. So thats the reason why I use Idea's clipboard even if I have generic system wide clipboard extension.
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