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I tried searching for hidden preference keys from the output of mdfind kMDItemContentType=public.unix-executable -onlyin /System|xargs strings 2>/dev/null|grep -E '^[a-zA-Z0-9.-]{10,80}$'|awk '!a[$0]++', but I couldn't find anything. You can assign a shortcut for the Zoom menu item from System Preferences:


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You could also use AppleScripts like this: tell application "Finder" set b to bounds of window of desktop end tell tell application "System Events" to tell windows of process "Terminal" set position to {(item 3 of b) / 2, 0} set size to {(item 3 of b) / 2, (item 4 of b) / 2} end tell You can assign shortcuts to scripts with FastScripts, ...


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@K0pernikus -- the question "How do you maximize windows?" was asked here, and user Am1rr3za offered the following, which will allow to you to override the default behavior of the maximize button to automatically maximize the window in both width and height: Download and use RightZoom. It overrides your green plus (zoom) button and works like Windows ...


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After testing Stay, I think it does what you want. Just launch your desired apps and store all open windows. You can then restore them on Stay's menu bar icon, with a shortcut key or have them restored automatically, when you launch each of the apps in question, or change displays. I emailed Matt, Stay's dev and this is what he had to say about automatic ...


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Quit Filezilla, go to ~/.filezilla/ and open filezilla.xml with a text editor. Search for name="Window position and size", enter appropriate values and save the file. On my 1200p x 1920p monitor it looks like this: <Setting name="Window position and size" type="string">0 10 33 1463 920 </Setting> (I don't know what the leading 0 means but 10 ...


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See this question You'll need to give the script access for assistive devices in, depending on OS version, Accessibility, or Security and Privacy System prefs. Once that's done, this script should work for you: tell application "System Events" tell application "Filezilla" to activate set position of window 1 of application process "Filezilla" to ...


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The 4 pixel margin is shown on the side of the screen the Dock is on. I don't know any way to remove it other than to disable Dock: launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.Dock.plist However that also disables Mission Control and the application switcher, and it makes full screen windows stop working.


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Here are two options. They both solve your general question (how to use swipes to cycle through previous apps), but not your particular use case (use two consecutive swipes to get to your second-from-last used app). I've also thrown in a bonus option, which I personally use, due to the limitations of the first two options. 1) via Keyboard Maestro In KM, ...



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