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Thanks Scott. If I install X11, does other applications on system continue to use Quartz Compositor or they move to X11? If they don't, which is at top level, X11 or Quartz Compositor? I mean does X11 makes use of Quartz Compositor underneath?
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X11 is not a replacement window manager; applications running with it will still sit on top of the Quartz desktop it's rootless , to use the technical term. From the user's point of view, it's more like Exceed on Windows than X on Linux.
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Linked 1. Related Hot Network Questions. If you want access to keyboard shortcuts, dragging, and the menu bar, Magnet is a low-cost option that offers Windows-style snapping, customizable keyboard shortcuts, and a menu bar icon. Divvy is different because it presents you with a grid and lets you quickly define the area the current window should take up.
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If none of these applications work quite how you want Mosaic is probably the app for you. It offers seemingly endless opportunities for tweaking, allowing you to design your own favorite window arrangements. You can also set up custom keyboard shortcuts for positions. Comments 0. The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere. Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, comics, trivia, reviews, and more.
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