RGB World, Inc. has released a Mac desktop application named WindowMizer that adds a window-shade feature to Mac OS X. WindowMizer works on Intel™ Macs running Mac OS X 10.7 Lion through OS X 10.11 El Capitan. An older version of WindowMizer is also available for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.  When using WindowMizer, windows can be rolled-up like a window shade to quickly see what's behind the current window. In a rolled-up (minimized) state, only the title bar of a window remains visible. Many windows can be left in the rolled-up state giving a constant overview of all windows at once. Wh..
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WindowShade was originally developed for System 6.0.7 by Rob Johnston, President and Director of Engineering, at Interactive Technologies, Inc. According to Wikipedia, Apple purchased the rights to this software from the developer and debut WindowShade as part of System 7.5. When Apple released Mac OS 8, the WindowShade feature was implemented as a part of the Appearance Manager. A widget was added to the title bar to reproduce the functionality. With the release of Mac OS X (1999), WindowShade was completely eliminated in favor of other technology, such as minimizing windows to the Dock, or ..
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