CodeTek VirtualDesktop brings full virtual desktop support as available on other operating systems (Mac OS 9, Windows, Unix, Linux) to the Mac OS X platform.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
|Implementation||C C++ Objective C|
Release Notes: A crash that occurred on some systems for applications built with the CodeWarrior development suite of tools has been fixed. These applications included Toast Titanium and MSN Messenger.
Release Notes: Support has been added for Unsanity's WindowShade minimize in place functionality. Applications in the login list that are sent to another desktop no longer cause an automatic desktop switch. Desktop switching performance was improved. Saving window placement information across logins has been improved. Applications that are quit and restarted during a login are no longer pushed to their old desktops.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs that prevented several applications from being detected and managed, a 1 pixel transparency box around the background of the default skin, and a focus follows mouse bug that prevented it from working with the preferences window.
Release Notes: Several crashing bugs in the latest version of Panther have been fixed. Moving and activating of OroborOSX X11 windows has been added. A bug has been fixed where automatic desktop switching to Microsoft Word and several other applications that use palette windows was not working properly. A bug has been fixed where incorrect desktop switching would occur for some applications that brought up interactive sheet windows. A bug where desktop switching would occur when selecting a menu in the menu bar has been fixed.
Release Notes: The 'hide desktop icons' HotKey now correctly hides and shows desktop icons. Dropdown sheets from applications are now properly moved to the desktop of their parent window. The finder window that appears when opening a disk image is no longer occasionally pushed back behind other windows. VirtualDesktop no longer makes a new window and application active when another application quits. DesktopConsole and other non-standard windows at the desktop level now pick up settings from the Applications preferences section.