Warp

Warp B1 1.2

Use Spaces better

One of the new features integrated in Leopard is Spaces, which lets you create separate spaces on your Mac to keep it tidy, like one for work and one for games. View full description

PROS

  • Smart use of mouse for Spaces
  • Handles multiple monitors

CONS

  • Can make you feel a bit dizzy if used too much!

Very good
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One of the new features integrated in Leopard is Spaces, which lets you create separate spaces on your Mac to keep it tidy, like one for work and one for games.

If you've gotten accustomed to working with Spaces, you might like this preference pane item. Instead of controlling your different spaces with your keyboard it'll let you use your mouse.

Just drag it to one side of the screen to see a preview screen of the next space. Clicking it will bring you to it. Warp also handles multiple monitors and is a great way of switching effortlessly between them.

From the settings, you'll be able to set activation delay time and activate a cool Asteroids style wrap around effect when switching between spaces.

Warp is easy to install and uninstall, like any other preference pane.

Warp lets you switch between Spaces just by using your mouse.

Changes

  • Improved click-to-warp behavior to work better with the activation delay
  • Increased borders around hot corners to prevent accidental activation
  • Added traditional Chinese localization (thanks to Jack M. H. Lin)

Warp is a preference pane that allows you to use the mouse to switch between Spaces rather than using the keyboard. Warp offers the ability to display a live preview of a space when you move the mouse to the edge of the screen, allowing you to see what you have on another space before actually switching to it.

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Warp B1 1.2