Monthly Archives: September 2016

Windownaut 1.3.1 Released – Fully compatible with the latest macOS Sierra preview

windownaut1Yes, it’s finally here. Windownaut niggles with 10.10 and 10.11 have been fixed.

It’s also fully compatible with macOS Sierra Gold Master.

Grab it here.

One thing users of the app find invaluable, which was quite a revelation of how useful a tiny feature can be, is to pop up a Finder window containing the document open in the currently active app window. For instance, if you’ve ever had a bunch of document windows open for Numbers or Pages, and you’ve lost track of the Finder windows or can’t bother to dig them up, all you have to do is ctrl-click (or right click) the yellow/minimize document window button. A Finder window will instantly pop up the file’s folder with the file highlighted.

The way this works is highly configurable – you can specify the exact window button to configure, click type and modifiers.

Multi-corner window moving and resizing, which has been abandoned by some other similar apps, continues to work flawlessly as well.