Penc is a window manager app for macOS. Instead of complicated keyboard shortcuts, Penc is designed for trackpad usage.
Double press and hold Command Key (⌘) to activate Penc
Drag with two fingers to move the window
Pinch with two fingers to resize the window
Pinch vertically to make the window taller/shorter, or horizontally to make it wider/thinner
Fast swipe with two fingers to snap the window into halves/quarters
Release Command Key (⌘) to take effect
What’s new in version 1.0.0
Updated on Jul 20 2021
New Activation UX & UI:
When Penc is activated, it displays a fullscreen overlay that indicates all of the windows visible on your current screen. Now you can move & resize multiple windows in a single activation just by moving your cursor on the window you want.
You can now customize resize dimensions of actions according to your screen. It supports multiple screens too. If you have a second widescreen monitor, you can set to resize a window's width as 1/3 of your screen when swiped left, just for that screen.
Simultaneously Resize Adjacent Windows:
When you resize a window from its edges & corners, Penc now resizes all the snapped and adjacent windows.
Right-Click to Minimize & Double-Click to Fullscreen:
2 new actions added to Penc:
Tap with two fingers (right-click) to minimize a window
Double-tap (double-click) to make a window fullscreen
Keyboard & Mouse Support:
When Penc is activated and a window is selected, with your keyboard:
Press arrow keys to snap the window into halves/quarters
Press enter key to toggle fullscreen
With your mouse:
Drag the window from its body and throw it to the direction you want to snap
Mouse wheel to resize the window
Double-click to toggle fullscreen
Right-click to minimize
Other improvements and fixes:
When resizing or moving a window, it automatically aligns to other windows
Improved double keypress logic to prevent undesired activations
Improved swipe detection
Added an option to show window size
After activation completed, do not bring all the windows of the focused app to the front