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windOCD for Mac

Window management.

$9.00
In English
Version 1.2.4
3.3
Based on 2 user rates

windOCD overview

Let windOCD put windows in their places!

  • One Tool to find them. Arrange, align, and move all your windows with a snap of the fingers. No need for a mouse or to open yet another window first.
  • One Tool to bring them all. Clutter is the enemy of any productive work and creativity. With windOCD you can bind all your windows closely; directly from the start.
Features
  • Menu bar application
    • Does not show up in your dock
    • Native standalone macOS application
    • No hack, no tweak, no plugins required
    • Keep your system integrity protection intact
  • Align, arrange, move any window to your needs
    • Save default window frames for unlimited applications
    • Restore those positions/sizes at any time by shortcut or menu
    • Saved applications can restore those positions/sizes automatically when they start
    • Use customisable global shortcuts for the alignment, save, and restore actions
    • Small footprint, works for non-native applications like Photoshop or Word too

    Replaces the MenuAndDockless on macOS 10.12 Sierra and later.

What’s new in version 1.2.4

Version 1.2.4:
  • Fixed that stupid bug when left just wasn't right

windOCD for Mac

$9.00
In English
Version 1.2.4
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3.3

(1 Reviews of windOCD)

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pnoguchi
pnoguchi
Jul 30 2016
1.2.1
5.0
Jul 30 2016
5.0
Version: 1.2.1
I have recently used this as an alternative to Sizeup for window management. I was particularly interested in the ability to save a default size window in an application, and to then be able to restore that window with its original size and placement with a hotkey. I tend to move windows around without meaning to, so this helps me keep things very tidy.

I first started testing this at version 1.1, which did not implement window padding correctly. I contacted the developer to fix this and to add the ability to not only tile windows, but to add an additional space between windows, something called "Useless Gaps (UG)" by Jérôme Andrieux, who implemented this as a hack on the window manager Spectacle.

There have two updates since 1.1, now at 1.2.1. I cannot say with certainty that the updates were a result of my correspondence for help with the developer, but I can say that windOCD now does everything I need!

Five well deserved stars!
Paganel
Paganel
Jan 3 2017
1.5
Jan 3 2017
1.5
Version: null
pnoguchi
pnoguchi
Jul 30 2016
5.0
Jul 30 2016
5.0
Version: null