Moom allows you to move and zoom windows — using either the mouse or the keyboard — to predefined s 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.
Version 3.0.1:New Features:
- Added high resolution graphics for retina display Macs.
Bug Fixes and Improvements:
- Worked around a reserved Dock space issue when maximizing a window. (Hat tip to Crispin B. for reporting this one.)
- The Command-Period key combo can be used as part of a keyboard shortcut. (Hat tip to Ralf P. for reporting this one.)
- Made changes to make Moom more functional for those using pen input on a tablet.
- Reverting dragged-to-edges actions for right- and bottom-side edges now works properly. (Hat tip to Mike B. for reporting this one.)
- Added sample restricted (non-global) shortcut keys and reorganized the cheat sheet layout.
- Command-Comma will now open Moom’s settings when the keyboard bezel is onscreen. (Hat tip to Nicholas R. for suggesting this one.)
- Fixed an issue related to the Enter key and the onscreen keyboard bezel. (Hat tip to Nick for reporting this one.)
- Fixed a Mountain Lion issue that could cause some shortcuts to be displayed with a single “FN” modifier instead of their actual modifier keys.