Yoink helps by making drag-and-drop between Spaces or full-screen apps easier.
Every time you start dragging a file, Yoink fades in a tiny window on the left edge of your screen so you can drag files to it. This frees up your mouse so you can comfortably navigate to the destination of the drop and resume the drag from Yoink’s window.
- Add your clipboard's contents to Yoink (either via Yoink's Advanced button at the lower left or by long-pressing its keyboard shortcut - see Yoink's Behavior preferences to set it up)
- Long-press Yoink's keyboard shortcut to recall previously removed files now also works if Yoink's window is already shown
- Preference for long-pressing Yoink's keyboard shortcut: "Bring back previously removed files" or "Add from clipboard"
- PopClip Integration: If you have PopClip by PilotMoon installed, you can now use it to send selected text to Yoink (open Yoink's Advanced preferences to install the plugin)
- UPDATE: please visit https://blog.eternalstorms.at/2017/10/03/fix-for-yoink-3-4s-popclip-integration/
- Improved compatibility with Horos app
- Improved compatibility with JPEGmini
- Improved compatibility with macOS High Sierra's Messages and Mail apps
- Improved compatibility with Parallels
- Improved compatibility with ForkLift
- Improved compatibility with Keka
- When you log out of your Mac and have Yoink hidden, it will also hide when you launch it after the next login
- Improved Yoink's Korean localization in some places
- Improved Yoink's Share extension for URLs/links for macOS El Capitan and earlier
- Fixed Yoink's menu bar icon's menu's "Bring back previously removed files" behaving erratically
- Yoink doesn't keep fading out anymore when bringing back files when Yoink isn't holding any files
- Fixed a crash when opening Yoink's About window on some MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models
- Fixed a bug in macOS High Sierra where a drag sometimes would result in a selection of files in Yoink instead of a drag
OS X 10.7.3 or later, 64-bit processor