For users of macOS Mojave, I also offer an app bundle (the Eternal Storms Software Productivity Bundle), which includes Yoink for Mac, ScreenFloat for Mac and Transloader for Mac, which offers an additional ~11% off on the apps: Eternal Storms Software Productivity Bundle (macOS Mojave): $17.99 -> $14.99 (~16% off its previous discount) Mac App Store
Today, I released two quick updates to my apps Yoink for Mac and ScreenFloat. Here’s what’s changed.
Yoink for Mac v3.4.3
– Fixed a rare crash when trying to share files
– Fixes a bug where the keyboard shortcut would act up after deleting a file held by Yoink in Finder or using the app’s Share extension
– Fixed a bug where, after changing the screen’s resolution, Yoink would be misplaced
Links: Yoink for Mac Website (with free, 15-day demo) Yoink on the Mac App Store
– Fixes a rare crash when dragging the mini-icon of a floating shot
I’m happy to announce the immediate availability of ScreenFloat v1.5.14 – an admittedly long overdue maintenance update that fixes a couple of issues:
A semi-rare crash, that occurred when dragging the mini-icon of a floating shot, was fixed
Cancelling a mini-icon-drag by pressing ‘esc’ actually works now
Fixed a bug where a cleared keyboard shortcut would reset to its default after a restart of the app
Fixed an interface bug where, after sharing a shot, the standard window buttons would appear on the floating shot
Fixed a bug where the app would seemingly freeze when “Save as…” and “New Folder” was selected
What’s ScreenFloat? ScreenFloat lets you take screenshots that float above all windows, so as to keep information always visible (following you around different spaces, windows and full-screen apps).
Need to transfer bank account information from a mail to your online banking tool? ScreenFloat!
Want to keep a reference image visible? ScreenFloat!
Want to just remember a bit of information for a minute? ScreenFloat!
The use-cases seem endless (and *are* endless – believe me, I use it all day, all the time 😉 )
While the main “raison d’être” is this floating functionality, ScreenFloat offers a Shots Browser that keeps all the screenshots you take in a neat library you can curate (via titles, tags and (smart) collections).
Each floating shot has a draggable mini-image-icon at the lower left, so you can quickly drag any screenshot you take to other apps, like Messages, Mail, or Twitter, for example.
What’s Next? Looking ahead, I’m working on a substantial v2.0 upgrade of ScreenFloat which will include features like annotations and sync (via iCloud), and I’m also looking into an iOS companion app down the road. So, although there haven’t been a lot of updates lately for ScreenFloat (mainly because Yoink has been keeping me very busy), I do have lots of plans and love for the app.