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Re: Window Cycling

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  • David Morel
    ... Except that: 1) IIRC Unsanity s APE is said to be an ugly hack that can have issues 2) Witch is not as snappy as the default app switcher, especially when
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 26, 2009
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      Le 27 févr. 09 à 03:28, dbpokorny a écrit :

      >
      > Thank you very much - I have been sorely missing this feature ever
      > since I got my Mac.
      > After a bit of searching I found out that it is possible to get the
      > super-duper window
      > switcher in Witch to be associated with apple tab by installing "Pull
      > tab" additionally
      > (http://www.ragingmenace.com/software/pulltab/index.html).

      Except that:
      1) IIRC Unsanity's APE is said to be an ugly hack that can have issues
      2) Witch is not as snappy as the default app switcher, especially when
      the machine is under load

      This is why I left the default mapping in place, and use alt-tab for
      Witch

      D.Morel

      >
      > David
      >
      > On Feb 23, 5:30 pm, Nico Weber <nicolaswe...@...> wrote:
      >> Hi David,
      >>
      >>> I know that it is possible to switch between open windows using
      >>> command-` but there is a problem: the cycling is fixed, so that if I
      >>> press and release command-` twice, I go forward two windows, but
      >>> what
      >>> I want to do is switch to another window and switch back to the
      >>> first
      >>> one (this is the standard behavior for command-tab cycling).
      >>
      >>> Can the command-` cycling in MacVim be configured to have the
      >>> "usual"
      >>> window cycling behavior?
      >>
      >> this is the usual window cycling behavior on OS X. You can hit cmd-
      >> shift-` to cycle back.
      >>
      >> You can take a look at Witch (http://www.manytricks.com/witch/),
      >> which gives you Windows's windows cycling behavior. This even fixes
      >> the problem for all your applications, not just MacVim :-)
      >>
      >> Nico
      > >


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