Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 9th May 2012 02:02 UTC
Mac OS X "Dragging and dropping is a great way to get stuff done on your Mac, but DragonDrop makes it even better. DragonDrop lets you set down what you're dragging, leaving you free to find your destination without worrying about keeping the mouse button held down." Great utility (found via Daring Fireball), but shaking with the mouse is a horrible interaction - it's very intensive and error-prone (Aero Shake, anyone?). I'd love for that little drop container to be permanently visible (oh, and a Windows/Linux version would be awesome, of course).
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RE: Sorry, what?
by Neolander on Wed 9th May 2012 13:37 UTC in reply to "Sorry, what?"
Neolander
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Well, it happens that cut and paste is forbidden in the OSX Finder for religious reasons, so people have to resort to either drag and drop or cumbersome copy + paste + delete original in order to move stuff around...

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