Copy text or a link on one device, then open the Magic Copy app. That puts the copied material onto the clipboard. Then go to the other device and open Magic Copy. Now you can paste. UPDATE! A follower just wrote me this:To paste the text into the Copy & Paste window, press Ctrl+V on a Windows system or Command-V on a Mac. The following message appears briefly: "Remote Clipboard Synced." Click in the application where you want to past the text and press Ctrl+V. The text is pasted into the application.If you have a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and don't have a Magic Mouse or a regular one, you still can copy and paste with a trackpad (also called a touchpad). All that’s needed is how to right-click on a Mac without a mouse. Here’s what you need to do: Select the item you would like to copy
How do I copy and paste from one device to another?
With Universal Clipboard, you can copy text, images, photos, and videos on one Apple device and then paste the content on another Apple device. For example, you can copy a recipe from your Mac and paste it into a note on your nearby iPhone. Or copy a file from one Mac to paste in a folder on another Mac.
How to copy and paste from iPhone to iMac?
On iPhones and iPads, a long press on text or images will bring up a Copy command. Paste on a Mac with Cmd+V or Edit and Paste. On iPhones and iPads, you’ll need another long press, followed by Paste. Content copied from other devices stays on the Universal Clipboard “briefly,” Apple says, so it won’t hang around forever.
How do I copy and paste from a Windows VM to Mac?
You can copy and paste images and formatted text between a Windows or Linux virtual machine and your Mac. For example select text in a Mac OS X application and copy it to clipboard (Command-C). Then go into a windows VM and put your cursor in a text area and then perform a control-v you should get what you originally copied on your Mac host.
Can You Copy and paste on a MacBook without a mouse?
If you have a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and don't have a Magic Mouse or a regular one, you still can copy and paste with a trackpad (also called a touchpad). All that’s needed is how to right-click on a Mac without a mouse.