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Hi Ampa! Thanks for bringing this to my attention.  :) Looks like a fun script.
Actually, this was just a tiny little exercise for me... The script you're referring to is more elaborate and its features are a bit different since it supports multiple-monitor. WinManagement Snap! (based on jgpaiva's WinManagement and Blue Onion Software's FreeSnap) is mostly to quickly change windows size and shape; so it's main point is to resize a window in the direction you choose, up to the screen border. It also other things, like indicated in the first post of this thread.

Looking at the WindowPad's features, we see that it doesn't exactly do the same thing -- it's more "zone" oriented, like GridMove.

;   Move and resize windows with Win+Numpad.
;     Win+Numpad1 = Fill bottom-left quarter of screen
;     Win+Numpad2 = Fill bottom half of screen
;     etc.
;   Move windows across monitors. For example:
;     Win+Numpad4 places the window on the left half of the screen.
;     Win+Numpad4 again moves it to the monitor to the right.
;   Quick monitor switch:
;     Win+Numpad5 places the window in the center of the screen.
;     Win+Numpad5 again moves the window to the next monitor.
;     (This works by monitor number, not necessarily left to right.)
;   QUICKER Monitor Switch:
;     Win+NumpadDot switches to the next monitor (1->2->3->1 etc.)
;     Win+NumpadDiv moves ALL windows to monitor 2.
;     Win+NumpadMult moves ALL windows to monitor 1.
;   Other shortcuts:
;     Win+Numpad0 toggles maximize.
;     Insert (or some other key) can be used in place of "Win".
; Credits:
;   Concept based on HiRes Screen Splitter by JOnGliko.
;   Written from scratch by Lexikos to support multiple monitors.
;   NumpadDot key functionality suggested by bobbo.
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Cool, WindowPad has some interesting features! :)

good find, Ampa but it does look a bit elaborate.. :)

What other features (if any) do you think you might add?
-Ampa (January 09, 2008, 06:59 AM)
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I forgot to answer that question...
In terms of features, I didn't really think of any others for now, but if some have suggestions, who knows.  :)

Aha, cool program  :Thmbsup:


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