The yeet sheet is a buffer you can "yeet" any text into and any edits will be kept in sync. This means you can pull in functions from all over the codebase and have them in a single buffer to edit from. Also not showcased in my is I have recently added yeet sheet snapshots. I have the snapshot save/load buttons bound to F10-F12. So say you've got a few audio related functions in a few files, you can yeet them all into the yeet sheet, save a snapshot of it to slot 1, then clear the yeet sheet, yeet all your various draw functions in there and save that to slot 2 and now you can easily switch between the two cross-cutting categories.
Find it on guthub: https://github.com/perky/4coder_loco