GeekBind
GeekBind
1.0

3.6

GeekBind free download for Mac

GeekBind

1.0
20 June 2005

Automation hotkey utility.

Overview

GeekBind is a small application which allows you to create hotkeys in order to simplify the moving, resizing, fading or others things of window (as on some Unix window manager like FluxBox).

What's new in GeekBind

  • Online documentation
  • Moving window without keyboard

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Anonymous
03 May 2004

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It would really really help if there was some documentation for this. :) Somewhere. Anywhere. Even in the CVS repository.
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Version 0.2
hced
21 January 2007
Instead of this, I'd recommend Zooom, http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/23203
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Version 1.0
clakes
07 January 2007
please please please developers, keep the job running as this is one of my favorite utilities!!
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Version 1.0
hced
30 October 2006
Nice idea, but very unstable. Repetedly crashed for me (OSX 10.4.7, G5 dual 2.5 Ghz, 1.5 GB RAM, ATI Radeon Pro XT 256 MB), when I had changed the window color in the 'View' tab under Preferences.
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Version 1.0
Igabe
10 March 2006
Great tool. Just works well. Sole complaint is a rather important and frustrating one: The icon in the menubar is plain bad looking :) If the author could change it, or give the option to chance it, I would personally be incredibly greatful.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
21 June 2005
Doesn't run on 10.3.9. Link (dyld) error: dyld: /Applications/*Hintergrund/GeekBind.app/Contents/MacOS/GeekBind NSLookupSymbolInImage() dynamic library: /System/Library/Frameworks/Carbon.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/HIToolbox.framework/Versions/A/HIToolbox does not define symbol: __SimulateMenuClosed
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
21 June 2005
I tested it under 10.3.8 wihtout any problem. The 1.0 revision was changed yesterday for some symbols problems on 10.3. Maybe you just have to download it again.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
16 February 2005
Ah! The trick was to go to the pref pane and push the "Apply" button once again, now it works again on 10.3.8.
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
16 February 2005
Moving windows seems to be broken under OS 10.3.8.
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Version 0.3
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Anonymous
Anonymous
16 February 2005
... And actually Alpha as well. (I don't use any other features.)
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Version 0.3
Stephan
24 January 2005
Ok, after a little experimenting I found out what some of the functions do. Quite interesting, but improvable (imho). There should be a hotkey (or is there?) to set active windows to a certain alpha in one step, so that you don't need to press the assigned hotkey over and over again until you reach the alpha you want.
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Version 0.3
24 January 2005
Useless, as long as there isn't at least an englisch documentation for it. Not everyone on earth speaks french :-(
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
13 November 2004
Wonderful, I really love the ability to increase or decrease the transparencies of every windows !! And i love the simple way to hide temporarily a window (to read a message on a background window messenger, to translate a text, referring to an article, a function syntax.... anyway, i'm addicted now..) Very useful and very eyes candy. Bad : Resize is not very fluid, and the functions are not very documented..
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Version 0.3