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paste.sh and Flamory

Flamory provides the following integration abilities:

  • Create and use advanced snapshots for paste.sh
  • Take and edit paste.sh screenshots
  • Automatically copy selected text from paste.sh and save it to Flamory history

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paste.sh bookmarking

Flamory provides advanced bookmarking for paste.sh. It captures screen, selection, text on the page and other context. You can find this bookmark later using search by page content or looking through thumbnail list.

For best experience use Google Chrome browser with Flamory plugin installed.

Screenshot editing

Flamory helps you capture and store screenshots from paste.sh by pressing a single hotkey. It will be saved to a history, so you can continue doing your tasks without interruptions. Later, you can edit the screenshot: crop, resize, add labels and highlights. After that, you can paste the screenshot into any other document or e-mail message.

Here is how paste.sh snapshot can look like. Get Flamory and try this on your computer.

paste.sh - Flamory bookmarks and screenshots

Application info

This is a simple paste site. It doesn't do syntax highlighting, or get in your

way. It gives you a textarea and you type in it.

However behind the scenes it is encrypting your data. It uses a recently

introduced browser feature (crypto.getRandomValues) to do this securely.

This does mean you need a modern browser. It seems to work best in Chrome,

Firefox also works well. Reading pastes should work in most browsers with


However if you didn't guess from the name there is also a shell script

"paste.sh"; see or run the following commands to

install it:

cd ~/bin

curl -O

chmod +x paste.sh

JavaScript running in your browser encrypts your data using AES-256 (via the

CryptoJS library). The key is generated on the client side and the server is

never able to decrypt the data, this works because the URL fragment (the part of

the URL after the '#' symbol) is never sent to the server.

Beware that depending on how you share the URL with others the fragment part may

be stored by other systems.

You can edit the paste for some time after pasting; this uses a session cookie

in your browser. (Yes, if you deny cookies this site won't work, sorry).

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Integration level may vary depending on the application version and other factors. Make sure that user are using recent version of paste.sh. Please contact us if you have different integration experience.