Dropshelf

An alternative to Yoink and DragonDrop. Yoink is still a better choice IMO; however Dropshelf has few cool features that are not available in Yoink such as multiple shelves; dragging to any edges. Yoink has a great feature which I don’t know why none of the like-apps haven’t considered adding: “move window to mouse location where drag is initiated”. It helps a lot in reducing mouse cursor movement. The last alternative, DragonDrop, on the other hand, is very buggy and use a rather ‘inconvinient’ method (shake the mouse cursor) for displaying the drop window.
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FileBot

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Why We Hate Infographics And Why You Should

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Liquid

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Minbox

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Volume Scroll

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namebench

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Contexts for Mac

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Droplr Draw

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Link Post in Jekyll

Link post is nothing but the post’s title linking to another url instead of the post url. You need to specify where it points to. I use link here but you can just use any name you feel like using. And then in post.html layout and index.html homepage. You just need to check if link is set; change the title’s href to the link variable of the post. You may need to change page variable to post when looping inside your index.
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