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You can do this with Applescript. Set the boundaries for the front window to be a certain width. Then after clicking on the window you want to shrink, run your Applescript. Name your script something like narrow_front_window.sc. The script could look something like: tell application "Finder" to set the bounds of the front Finder window to {36, 115,...


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building on the answer above, using native Mac controls. There is a menu item that you can use to move apps between screens. It does not have a keyboard shortcut though which is what I was looking for. But there's hope! Using keyboard shortcuts, you can create your own shortcuts to move windows between screens. Here's how: Find the name of the menu item you ...


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I tinkered around with keyboard shortcuts for window behaviors. Mission control is the main reason I switched my daily driver to Mac from PC, but it takes a little customization to make it better. Here are some I made: For all applications: Move Window to Left Side of Screen: control-option-command-, Move Window to Right Side of Screen: control-option-...


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