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I used to use an app called Zephyros which is open source on Github https://github.com/pd/zephyros Loved it because its essentially infinitely configurable and very lightweight whereas a lot of the commercial apps I've tried are always unnecessarily heavy on resources which bugs the crap out of me. But I've had trouble running Zephyros ever since I ...


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If you don't mind adding a modifier key to the gesture. Hold the key, say CMD, and swipe twice.


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My favorite is Spectacle Out of the box your shortcuts works exactly as you describe in your question. ⌘ ⌥ ← left half side of the screen, and ⌘ ⌥ → for the right. It also supports assigning a shortcut for moving a window to another screen:


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BetterSnapTool also has this feature (as a shortcut). I think it was a free app, and its been a great one. There is a shortcut where you can maximize the window in the next screen (among other shortcuts or ways of doing this). See the screenshot of the related shortcuts.


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If you try to make a window bigger than the size left by the Dock, by dragging the bottom of a window yourself, you will notice that you can't do it. This is because the Dock already behaves like a Windows Taskbar: you can move windows behind it but not resize windows beyond it. The problem lies with the tool that you are using to resize the window-it is ...


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Having a look at the man page for open, it doesn't seem to allow it, but you can use applescript to resize and position windows: tell application "Finder" to set the bounds of window 1 to {325, 465, 1095, 926} The numbers are the coordinates in pixels of the top left and bottom right of the the window: top left corner x top left corner y bottom right ...


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System Preferences Appearance Second section,select Double-click a window's....



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