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Optimal Layout Specifications
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Date added:
Oct. 18, 2018
Date released:
March 2, 2012
Operating system:
Mac OS X 10.6/10.7,
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Optimal Layout v2.2.2

Window manager with one-click repositioning from the menu bar.

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Optimal Layout is the ultimate window manager for the Mac. It gives you all the best tools to manage your application windows, helping make you more productive.Watch the screencast at Layout's keyboard commands allow you to easily move, resize, and switch between your application windows. It can also re-arrange a whole group of windows to optimally fill your screen.POWERFUL FEATURES:- POSITION windows using keyboard shortcuts or with your mouse.- MOVE + RESIZE windows seamlessly from your keyboard and they smoothly glide across the screen and snap into alignment.- Instantly LAYOUT a whole group of windows to optimally fill your screen; NO MORE OVERLAPPING WINDOWS.- Jump windows across the screen to fill half or quarter of the screen space.- Window SWITCHING that lists all your open app windows with a visual preview, even for windows minimized or in another space.- Windows can STICK TOGETHER, removing the overlapping problem when you later want to resize themWorks they way you want it to;Optimal Layout is highly customisable to the way you want to work and just keeps getting better. With regular updates and enhancements Optimal Layout is designed for people who like to keep their hands on the keyboard where they are most productive, and is now a bargain at a discounted price.

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