Space.app
Space.app
0.85

3.1

Space.app free download for Mac

Space.app0.85

31 August 2003

Organize your use of the desktop.

Overview

Space.app provides "virtual workspaces" to help you to organize your use of the desktop. Space.app is provided free of charge for individual and commercial use under the QPL (version 1.0) and may be redistributed according to the terms of that license.

What's new in Space.app

Version 0.85: Recompiled using Xcode under 10.3 (Panther). New Dock Icon.

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How would you rate Space.app app?

5 Reviews of Space.app

3
Anonymous
28 October 2002
Version: 0.8

Most helpful

It's OK but a little more roundabout to use than ParaDocks, which is much better as it shows you the app's icons in it's squares. It's a problem if you can't remember which app corresponds to which number in the pane. Like I said, ParaDocks is much better.
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3.5
Machgsn
03 September 2003
Version: 0.8
For those on a budget, this can be a useful app for managing desktop space. Be aware that, as a previous reviewer noted, it merely hides apps. Also, I have noticed a bug that causes it to interfere with mounted cd-roms, especially when used in conjunction with disktool and cdrecord.
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4.5
Anonymous
19 May 2003
Version: 0.8
Naming spaces, is great. Free is great. Key-command cycling sometimes brings current window along to next 'space'; would like to see the ability to have multiple app windows on each 'space' - that is have a browser window "A" in 'space 1'; browswer window "B" in 'space 2'. Overall this is a handy little app - and is great for a freebie alternative to Virtual Desktop (but I haven't tried that app yet). Thank you from the poor people : )
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1.25
xxxciter
04 May 2003
Version: 0.8
unless I'm missing something, having wasted time testing this app... all it does is virtually the same as "Auto Hide" (only with the added benefit of hiding groups of apps... woo hoo!)... BUT you can't assign individual finder windows to different "spaces", nor app windows (i.e. want to have one Safari window full of tabs in one "space and another Safari window in another)... so, go get auto-hide if all you want to do is only see one application at any one time...
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4
Ian6
21 November 2002
Version: 0.8
You can double-click on the number and type any name you want. This is such a simple method that I change the names as I switch projects. I also enjoy that you can optionally make the last button "sticky" and anything visible while that button is active remains active while in the other buttons. I enjoy the simplicity of this application. Basically it uses the built in "hide" command by hiding and showing applications as you switch buttons.
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3
Anonymous
28 October 2002
Version: 0.8
It's OK but a little more roundabout to use than ParaDocks, which is much better as it shows you the app's icons in it's squares. It's a problem if you can't remember which app corresponds to which number in the pane. Like I said, ParaDocks is much better.
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