TwoUp
TwoUp 1.0.2
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Quickly position a window to fill exactly half the screen.   Free
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  • TwoUp has been discontinued
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    Irradiated Software
TwoUp... Quickly position a window to fill exactly half the screen (splitscreen) via menu item or shortcuts (hotkeys). Similar to "tiled windows" functionality available on other operating systems.
What's New
Version 1.0.2: Fixed a timeout error reported when checking Universal Access during system startup.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later

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ver. 1.x:
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Thez reviewed on 27 Jul 2011
WHY DISCONTINUE ???
[Version 1.0.2]


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greatoe commented on 21 Mar 2009
Thx for the nifty app. But I found it not supporting second monitor. If I use it on a window located on the second display, it automatically bring the window to the primary display.
[Version 1.0.2]

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Irradiated Software (developer) replied on 21 Mar 2009
SizeUp (the bigger brother of TwoUp) supports multiple monitors.
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ShawnBoucke commented on 19 Mar 2009
I was first skeptical of this software because I didn't see an issue with just resizing windows by hand, but the more I use this program, the more I like it. My only issue is the menu icon. I try to keep my menu as clean as possible, and I am wondering if you could write the program to disable the menu icon and just have the key commands? If that is not possible, could you make a better icon? Even two rectangles might look nice.
Thank you
[Version 1.0.2]

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bumper314 (developer) replied on 19 Mar 2009
I have a hidden preference to disable the menu bar icon, see the topic here:
http://getsatisfaction.com/irradiatedsoftware/topics/option_to_not_have_an_icon_appear_in_the_menubar
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ShawnBoucke replied on 19 Mar 2009
I appreciate the link, but I do not understand how to use the terminal very well. How do i implement this? What do I type in?
Thank You
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Irradiated Software (developer) replied on 23 Mar 2009
No problem, launch Terminal.app and paste this text exactly as it appears:

defaults write com.irradiatedsoftware.TwoUp HideMenu -bool YES

Then press Enter (return) to execute the command. You won't get any feedback to know if this worked correctly. Then you need to quit and restart TwoUp. If you still see the menu bar icon, you know the Terminal command didn't work. Let me know how it goes (or contact me directly via my support page)
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jdbaum commented on 19 Mar 2009
Works great on my G5 running 10.5, but not at all on my Intel iMac at work running 10.4. Seems like a simple enough application…why does it need Leopard?
[Version 1.0.2]


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fishscale reviewed on 18 Mar 2009
Great software that's very stableand works perfectly for having a window vertical or horizontal half-way.

They make another program named SizeUp, which I have suggested up top, made by the same dev's but is shareware... it costs $1.35 or something like that lol, they just ask that you make some sort of donation if you like and use the app. They ask that you pay whatever you like based on how useful the software is to you.

This app allows you to put a window in the top right corner or left corner or bottom right/left... you can easily have 4 different or same application windows easily placed on your screen for easy comparison or drag-n-drop. Great app. Definitely check out: SIZEUP , click link above.
[Version 1.0.2]


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Shane-Smith reviewed on 04 Feb 2009
I've been looking for something like this for a long time, great work. I only have 2 suggestions... 1) when accessing the preferences please make it go above all windows. 2) It would be nice to have a preference to not resize vertically. Other than that it works perfectly. Any chance you can make this program arrange all windows on your screen proportionally? (example. 4 windows open, arrange to fit all four windows to your screen size)
[Version 1.0]


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Denny reviewed on 03 Feb 2009
This is smart. This should be built into Apple OS for sure. So far, no problems with it's operation and will keep using it until so. It's the fastest way to move a window aside but still keep it viewable, neat, and tidy. Try it - you'll like it.
[Version 1.0]


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O5220803 commented on 03 Feb 2009
Works nicely with Tiger (OSX 10.4.11)! Thanks!
[Version 1.0]


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francola commented on 03 Feb 2009
Great work! Love seeing good window management apps. Thank you!
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:5,041
Version Downloads:3,458
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:18 Mar 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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