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Cross-platform desktop utility for easy windows management

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Cross-platform desktop utility that helps you placing your desktop's open windows. It is a utility mostly based on the mouse movements, with some keyboard shortcuts as helpers.



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Leaders and contributors

Ivica Paleka (Ipaleka) Lead developer

Resources and communication

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Software prerequisites

Weak prerequisitepython-xlib
Required to usepynput
Weak prerequisitepyobjc-core
Weak prerequisitepyobjc-framework-Quartz
Weak prerequisitePyGObject
Weak prerequisitecomtypes
Source requirementPython 3
Required to buildwheel
Weak prerequisitepywin32
Required to usePillow
Weak prerequisitepyobjc-framework-Cocoa


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