Moom allows you to move and zoom windows — using either the mouse or the keyboard — to predefined locations and sizes, or to full screen mode.
When used via the mouse, all you need to do is hover over a green resize button, and Moom’s interface appears. When used via the keyboard, press your defined shortcut, and the Moom keyboard bezel appears; you can then move windows using the arrow keys and modifier keys.
Moom can be run as a traditional application, a menu bar application, or a completely faceless background application.
- When configuring resize controls, window dimensions can now be specified as percentages, relative to the available screen space.
- Menu items now show application icons for window snapshots.
- Added a new AppleScript command, tell application "Moom" to list of snapshots.
- Reworded configuration messages for OS X 10.9 Mavericks users.
- Snap-to-edges highlight now appears even when highlighting is disabled.
- Fixed constantly-shrinking grid bug on rotated external displays.
- Worked around an issue where saved window layouts weren't properly handling Terminal windows.
- Resolved an issue with Tweetbot for Mac when restoring windows.
- Removed "Snapshot doesn't apply" alert unless snapshot was automatically applied.
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later