*All hotkeys given here are valid for macOS. For Windows and Linux default hotkeys may differ.
There are plenty of predefined sizes and/or positions for a particular window. Some of them are set to default shortcuts, for the rest you can set shortcuts yourself with ease. Below are some examples of possible layouts.
Left and right halves
Top and bottom halves
Two quarters and right half
Third and two two-thirds
One center and two fourths windows position
One third and two-thirds windows position
One two-thirds and two sixths windows position
Two eights and three-fourths windows position
One quarter, two sixths and one bottom half windows position
Three-fourths and one fourth windows position
Efficient window movement helps you work faster and be more productive, especially when working with multiple windows.
Using default or customized shortcuts you can move window:
SMBAct supports cycling through different actions on repeated pressing of shortcuts. It means that repeatedly pressing a specific shortcut can trigger customizable repositioning of windows, providing you with the flexibility to fine-tune their window arrangements.Read More from the Documentation
If you repeatedly press the left-half shortcut ⌃ Ctrl + ⌥ Option + ←, the window cycle through the left two-thirds, three-fourths, left third, left fourth positions, and vice-versa.
If you repeatedly press the right-half shortcut ⌃ Ctrl + ⌥ Option + →, the window cycle through the right two-thirds, right three-fourths, right one-third, right one-fourth positions, and vice-versa.
If you repeatedly press the first-third shortcut ⌃ Ctrl + ⌥ Option + D, the window cycle through the the center-third, last-third positions, and vice-versa.
If you repeatedly press the first-fourth shortcut ⌃ Ctrl + ⇧ Shift + K, the window cycle through the right two-thirds, right three-fourths, right one-third, right one-fourth positions, and vice-versa.
Keyboard shortcuts can trigger some specific window actions: Maximize, Fullscreen, Minimize or Restore. SMBAct window manager & switcher provides several additional features you can see below.
Using shortcuts you can move window to:
The window position is saved and recalculated for the new screen when moving between screens, including moving the Fullscreen window.
Using shortcuts you can hide all windows on:
You can set up your own shortcut or use Actor Window Actor to blacklist a window.
After blacklisting, windows don't appear in the Window Switcher and they are not affected by the SMBAct’s actions.