Plaster for Mac is a sleek icon personalization solution, which enables you to quickly assign specific images to folders, without having to deal with complex settings.
There are two ways you can alter your folder images with Plaster for Mac. The first method is to drag an image file from the Finder to the app’s window. If you wish, you can also drag an image directly from your browser, or you can even drag any app to use its icon if you wish, as well.
The other method is to drag over a folder that contains one or more image files. A random image from the image files in the folder will be chosen and displayed. If the image is to you liking then you can simply hit the Plaster icon. If, however, you don’t like it then you can choose the ‘Try Again’ button. This mode also displays a ‘Remove’ button.
Customizing folders is a great way to help you locate specific items quickly. Plaster for Mac allows you to do just that. It is a lightweight app that has an intuitive user interface in which to perform all drag and drop actions, and it is very easy to use!
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