Let’s say you’re sending an email via your Gmail or other Web email account and want to attach a file. Or maybe you’re uploading a file to your blog or just about any other Web-based application, but you’d rather not bother with that annoying Browse button since you’re already looking at the file on your desktop or in an open window. What do you do? Unless you’re using Outlook and can simply drag ‘n drop the file into your email message, it can be a pain to get a file into a Web email or Web app.
Enter a super-simple utility that will make this process really easy: ClipboardPath. Just download and install it, and then you’ll be able to right-click on any file to Copy Path to Clipboard:
…then simply press control-V to paste your file into your Web-based email attachment field, WordPress file upload field, or whatever Web application you’re using:
If there’s a field with a browse button, you can kiss that browse button goodbye.[ Subscribe to gabeanderson.com via email or RSS feed. ]