Start supports drag'n'drop in different places. The most common ways are shown below:
The application is started and the file or directory is passed to the application.
The Finder-Objekt will be added to this Tag.
The URL will be added to this Tag.
The Entry will be added to this Tag.
The main window of Start is displayed and the dropped files and/or directories are passed to the application launched next.
Start also supports the so-called "Spring-Loading". For example, if you drag a file from Finder to a tag and wait here briefly (without releasing the mouse button), Start switches to this tag and displays the contents. You can then perform the drop on an application of this tag.
Start offers a DropStack for files and folders. Simply drag files and folders with the mouse into the upper free area. As soon as there are entries in the DropStack, they will be passed to the next launched application.
Tips: * Pin the main window so that it does not close when Start loses focus. Now you can easily fill the DropStack with different entries. * You can also remove entries of the DropStack afterwards by right-clicking on the stack. * If you drag additional entries onto the DropStack, they will be added to the stack.