Moom allows you to easily move and zoom windows to predefined areas of the screen, or to make them full-screen, using either the mouse or the keyboard.
When used via the mouse, all you need to do is hover over the green resize button in any Mac OS X window. Moom’s panel appears, and you then click the desired action.
When used via the keyboard, a hot key displays the Moom bezel, and you can then use the arrow and modifier keys to move and resize the windows.
You can also save window layouts, create custom controls with shortcuts that work globally or work only when Moom’s keyboard bezel is onscreen.
Added high resolution graphics for retina display Macs.
Bug Fixes and Improvements:
Worked around a reserved Dock space issue when maximizing a window. (Hat tip to Crispin B. for reporting this one.)
The Command-Period key combo can be used as part of a keyboard shortcut. (Hat tip to Ralf P. for reporting this one.)
Made changes to make Moom more functional for those using pen input on a tablet.
Reverting dragged-to-edges actions for right- and bottom-side edges now works properly. (Hat tip to Mike B. for reporting this one.)
Added sample restricted (non-global) shortcut keys and reorganized the cheat sheet layout.
Command-Comma will now open Moom’s settings when the keyboard bezel is onscreen. (Hat tip to Nicholas R. for suggesting this one.)
Fixed an issue related to the Enter key and the onscreen keyboard bezel. (Hat tip to Nick for reporting this one.)
Fixed a Mountain Lion issue that could cause some shortcuts to be displayed with a single “FN” modifier instead of theiractual modifier keys.
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