Yoink 3.6.82

Yoink 3.6.82

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.

Overview of Yoink's main features:

  • A "shelf" at the edge of your screen for files and app-content you'd like to move or copy, which behaves like Finder (regarding moving and copying)
  • Yoink follows you everywhere - windows, spaces and (fullscreen-) apps
  • Icons are created using QuickLook, allowing easy identification
  • Multiple files dragged to Yoink at once are condensed into a Stack, making it easy to drag them out together
  • System Services, the Quick Action and Share extensions allow storing files in Yoink without having to use drag and drop
  • Handoff to transfer files between all the Macs, iPads and iPhones you're using Yoink on
  • Clipboard History, which lets you store previously copied content in Yoink, or copy again
  • Highly customizable - you decide where, when and if Yoink appears
  • "Share" to and from Yoink
  • Build workflows with Yoink's Shortcuts integration

What's New:

Version 3.6.82

  • Improves compatibility with Xcode's Simulator's recordings and screen captures
  • Fixes a bug that would result in part of your Dock being blocked

Version 3.6.5

New Features:

  • Clipboard History is back on macOS 11 Big Sur and newer
  • A brand new widget that lets you re-copy previously copied items (click on the item in the widget)
  • Send a copied item to the Yoink shelf (option(⌥)-click it in the widget)
  • Pin copied items so they don't disappear (shift(⇧)-click onto the item in the widget)
  • Reveal an item in Yoink's new clipboard browser (command(⌘)-click it in the widget)
  • A clipboard history browser that lets you organize your previous copies
  • A Siri Shortcut for bringing back previously removed files

Improvements:

  • Pasting links copied from Yoink now works better in text fields that are very strict about what they accept
  • Now defaults to PNG data instead of TIFF when pasting images from the clipboard into Yoink
  • Yoink now also provides JPEG and PNG data for image files that are HEIC, HEIF or TIFF to broaden compatibility
  • Improves compatibility with DEVONthink, where, instead of a move-operation for files that were dragged from DEVONthink to Yoink, a copy-operation is now used to provide better data-integrity in DEVONthink's files database
  • Improves opening .webloc, .mailtoloc, ..., files with their default apps
  • The clipboard history menu in Yoink's contextual menu is now subtitled to provide more info
  • Improves the filenames for URLs dragged to Yoink

Bug fixes:

  • Fixes a bug that caused Yoink to jump to the screen the Dock is invoked on
  • Fixes a bug in the "Add to Yoink" Siri Shortcut, where Yoink wouldn't come to the foreground if it was hidden before
  • Fixes a layout issue that caused the splash screen's text to be cut off on smaller screens (again)
  • Improves memory and resource usage
  • Fixes a bug that caused an executable file to refuse to launch after having been copied with Yoink's clipboard history active, or after having been dragged to Yoink (a sandboxing issue)
  • Fixes a bug that would sometimes cause items in the clipboard history to disappear after a restart of Yoink
  • Fixes a rare crash in the splash screen
  • Fixes an issue where sometimes dragging a stack of files to certain apps, the receiving app would only accept one file
  • Fixes the file number indicator when dragging multiple files or stacks

Screenshots:

  • Title: Yoink 3.6.82
  • Developer: Eternal Storms Software
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.10 or later
  • Language: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 20.05 MB
  • View in Mac App Store

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