SizeUp SizeUp / tool / paid

SizeUp allows you to quickly resize and position your windows with keyboard shortcuts or a handy menu bar icon.
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submitted almost 5 years ago, by pineapple
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Hmm thought I posted it, guess not. I tried out the trial a few months back and seemed superior for the fact that you could move windows amongst spaces (still on 10.6.8). I currently use Optimal Layout for quickly arranging and sizing windows (mainly browser + terminal + ST2).

lush, almost 5 years ago


It's definitely my window mover of choice (only tried 2 or 3 though). I have the paid version. I love the 'margins' feature, so when I move a window to the left half it doesnt go all the way down 1mm from the top of my dock. I can make it like an inch or two margin on the bottom

pineapple, almost 5 years ago


Yeah I found SizeUp a few days after I paid for Optimal Layout and noticed there wasn't a feature for moving windows through spaces, I'm sure I could make a custom keyboard shortcut for this. I may just purchase SizeUp because Optimal Layout seems to be overriding a few shortcuts I need in ST2 (I know, I should be using Vim by now, but slowly but surely I shall make the switch).

This one also looks promising:-

lush, almost 5 years ago

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