Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Moom 3.2.9

Many Tricks:

Moom now uses the entire display as the grid. You can still specify your grid dimensions, but you’ll be selecting regions of the entire display, instead of on a slanted hexagonal window. One advantage of this approach—besides not dealing with hexagons—is that you can drag a grid on any connected display, not just the display where the window currently resides.

I have been using the keyboard to summon Moom and then the arrow keys to move between displays and select the region for the window. But this new method is cool because you can just directly draw where you want the window to go.

Previously: Moom vs. the Rectangular Grid Patent.

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