In typical use, you'll drag/drop a folder or file icon onto the ShowPaths icon, then hit Command-C (Copy), Command-Q (Quit), switch to the app where you need the path, and hit Command-V (Paste).
Maybe you're a software developer, or a scripter, or you're configuring some complex app that needs explicit file paths typed in.
Simply drag/drop the folder(s) or file(s) onto the ShowPaths icon to get copy/paste access to a number of different paths that all lead to this file or folder.
Use the more...
- Added icon
- Added support for multiple icons to be dragged at same time
- Added smart 'auto-select' mechanism to minimize mouse movements
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later