App is good.
His customer service is abysmal. Answers and support questions remain ignored even though I see him being active on his server.
I had fairly straightforward questions and he couldn't even give me a 30 second response, which has meant that even though I purchased his lifetime license, I can't utilise it because issues and questions remain unanswered.
I only use BetterTouchTool to resize my windows but I use it for that a gazillion times a day. Works great for me, been using it for years now. Works fine on Catalina. I'd be lost without it. Eventually I'll branch out and see what else little app can do.
I am trying to purchase bettertouchtool and when it tries to go to the purchase site it just spins and will not go there and then tells me that it cannot find the server. any thoughts on how to do this?
Does not work for me anymore, makes my Wacom super sluggish and has peaks of memory usage for no apparent reason (that are monitored by AppTamer). All I had set up were keyboard shortcuts.
I won't rate it bad because it worked fine until he finally stopped updating daily... Oddly enough that is when it started acting up.
Spins Kernal process up to 1200%, crashes your machine, unstable, rendering not antialiased, drains battery.
latest version of bettertouch & OSX as at 12/2019, it's not that they won't (eventually?) fix these problems but that with the next (non-alpha) update, they could come back again > Massive net productivity reduction
Fantastic Idea, dismal implementation.
The Green Button in OS X window bars used to “maximize” windows to fit the Mac screen, but since OS X Yosemite the Green Button now sends windows or apps into full screen mode by default. This can be modified one-off by Option+Clicking the green maximize button, but a better solution for some users is to permanently modify the behavior of this button to work like it used to instead.
To change the green button maximize behavior you will need to use BetterTouchTool, a free application for OS X that performs many other functions and neat tricks with the Mac trackpad and mouse, but for the purposes here we’re just using it to adjust window maximizing universally throughout OS X.