By Autumn Apps
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Watch the Breeze video to see it in action: http://vimeo.com/18761797
Maximize your productivity with simple window management.
Are a jumble of windows getting in the way of your productivity? Breeze can help you arrange your windows and ease your workflow.
What is Breeze?
Breeze gives you simple window management on Mac OS X through a concept called “window states”.
When you save a window state, Breeze remembers the relative size and position of the focused window.
At any point, you can apply that state (size and position) like a template to any other focused window.
Breeze comes with some handy default window states for Fullscreen and Splitscreen Left or Right.
Make Your Own:
Save your own global window states or application window states. Give them global keyboard shortcuts so you can move
windows around any time in any application.
- Save a window state (relative size and position on screen).
- Restore that window state, like a template, to any other window.
- Works with multiple monitors and adjusts for difference in resolution.
- Minimal interface stays out of your way and consumes minimal system resources.
- Rescue stray windows and bring them back on screen.
What's New in Version 1.5.12
Fix for "corrupt" warning and failure to run after Nov 11, 2015.
Some time ago, I purchased Window Magician, only at a much higher price, and it pretty much did what I needed, but Sandboxing broke that ap.
Some time later, I am happy to say, “Sir (or Madam), you get it!”
You got Window Management right, and at a very reasonable price!
Doesn’t Work With Multiple Monitors
Saved states don’t include monitors. It doesn’t work at all with the only app I wanted it for, Adobe Acrobat Pro.
In Mavericks I find myself having to relaunch this app almost every time I sleep the computer, which is often because I close my MacBook to work at my desk with a full size monitor. I’d write this off as a bugaboo, but the disruption normally caused by sleep mode and switching displays is the main reason this app is necessary to Mavericks. Launching it manually isn’t such a chore, but does irk me because Breeze is the only app that requires this; and I wind up typing a bunch of grave marks in the middle of whatever document I’m working on.
Five stars anyway because the problem won’t affect most users and there’s no suitable alternative.