You can drag-and-drop data to Corkboard, where it will be kept for safekeeping between saves, quits, reboots, and crashes. When you need to use the data again, just drag it back out to the program that needs it. It's fast and easy. And unlike other applications, it doesn't limit you to a list of paragraphs or pictures: Corkboard leaves you free to arrange any data of any type in any way.
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- A splash screen is now presented on first launch and (if the user chooses) subsequent launches with basic instructions on how to use Corkboard.
- Fixed an issue where Corkboard would not ignore "transient" updates from applications like TextExpander.
- Fixed an issue where names in vCards might not display properly if they had default ordering.
- Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later