There are a few different ways to use assets in Lingo. Using an asset varies a bit depending on the type of asset and whether you’re using the mac app or your browser.
Using assets from the web
Assets can be used from the web in the following ways:
In the gallery
To quickly use assets while browsing you can click the button that appears when you hover on any asset. The menu will show the available formats the asset can be used in.
If you have multiple file assets selected, you can hover over any of them and clicking the button will download all of the assets.
With one or more assets selected in simple view you will see a download button in the bottom bar.
With one or more assets selected in detailed mode you will see a download button in the inspector.
Using assets from the Mac app
Lingo’s Mac app offers a few additional ways to use assets to quickly get them into other applications.
Note that you may need to download assets and their file cuts before using them.
Drag & Drop
Simply drag an asset from Lingo and drop it into another application or your desktop.
Copy & Paste
Select the asset you want to copy then press ⌘/ctrl + C. Open another application or go to your desktop and press ⌘/ctrl + V.
Double-click to copy
Select the asset you want to copy then double-click it. It will be copied to your clipboard, you can then paste it into another application or your desktop by pressing ⌘/ctrl + V.
Select the asset you want to copy, right-click to bring up the menu, then select the “Download” option. It will be copied to your clipboard. You can then paste it into the another application or your desktop by pressing ⌘/ctrl + V.