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.
- Added a basic set of Touch Bar controls to the keyboard controls panel.
Bug Fixes and Improvements
- Adobe's apps should now work with Moom, except for the green button pop-up.
- Worked around an incompatibility with DockShelf. (Hat tip to Rik W. for reporting the issue.)
- Worked around an incompatibility with Subliminal. (Hat tip to Panin S. for reporting the issue.)
- Fixed a bug that prevented reusing keyboard shortcuts after they'd been assigned and then removed, if the associated action had been moved. (Hat tip to Mike H. for reporting this one.)
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor