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GeekBind - Useful window handling features
Authored by: neojipc on Apr 18, '06 08:35:16PM

I found Geekbind a very useful tool until I discovered another free utility that has some overlapping functions called Window Dragon. It's key features include the ability to:

1) move current window by clicking anywhere on the window, not just special regions.
2) scale from any "quadrant" of the window not just the bottom right region.
3) move all windows of your current application.

Window Dragon is actually a module for Unsanity's Application Enhancer. I'm not affialted with the author but it has become (and consequently Application Enhancer) an indispensable part of my arsenal!

That said, Geekbind is still solid in its own right and further liberates your hands from the mouse.

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GeekBind - Useful window handling features
Authored by: dashard on Apr 19, '06 08:47:14AM

I know that this is pretty much not the right forum for this, but does anyone here have some definitive view on the whole Application Enhancer experience (since it was just mentioned)?

I have heard so many things against it, and Unsanity comes out with their version of facts to refute the complaints, and on and on it goes. I have not reinstalled APE since reformatting/reinstalling my system, but miss Detour BIG TIME!

What's the experience here? Rob - Survey question?

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GeekBind - Useful window handling features
Authored by: RobertBen on Apr 20, '06 12:22:14AM

I have been using APE and now have the latest APE (1.5.1) installed and my system is as solid as a rock. Don't remember the last Kernel Panic, think it was last summer due to my Cube overheating (didn't notice the fan stopped working).

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