How To Split Your Monitor(s) Into Regions

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9 Responses

  1. david says:

    This is an awesome lightweight app, exactly what i was looking for with great multimonitor support. Would be helpful to have some “default” profiles built-in and the “default” split (whether vertical or horizontal) should occur at 50% of the screen, such that a vertical split would split a widescreen monitor into two portrait monitors without having to adjust the divider.

    Thanks for the good program.

  2. Binny V A says:

    Any one know a tool that does this in Linux? I’m looking for something like this – but on Linux.

  3. Izkata says:

    @Binny: Look up “tiling window manager” – this app is based off of window managers I’d previously only seen on *nix systems.

    Personally, I love WMII: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wmii

  4. nate says:

    Uhhhhh…. it’s not free. The trial is free, then you pay $10.

  5. battery says:

    Samsung aa-pb0uc3b

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