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VirtueDesktops

VirtueDesktops is a virtual desktop manager for Apple's Mac OS X "Tiger" operating system. It is based upon the work done by Rich Wareham on DesktopManager (specifically the CGSPrivate headers), which is an alternate open-source virtual desktop application. VirtueDesktops includes a small amount of Rich's code from DesktopManager, which means that presently it is licensed under the GPL.

Below are some of the key features of VirtueDesktops.

  • Virtual screens: an unlimited number of virtual screens at your disposal
  • Eye candy: exciting transitions and window fading
  • Universal binary: runs at full speed on your shiny new intel-based mac
  • AppleScript-able: script your desktop experience
  • Unobtrusive: VirtueDesktops does not clutter your desktop - it gets in, switches your virtual screen and then quietly hides itself, waiting for your next request
  • Extensible: install plugins to add additional features
  • Exposé: works well with Apple's Exposé
  • Keeps you informed: notifications and current desktop display orient you as you work across multiple virtual screens
  • "Stick-ify" your windows or applications: Make your windows and applications visible across all of your virtual screens

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Sadly, VirtueDesktops is no longer under active development. I'm making the source available here so that anyone who wishes to continue to the project can do so with a minimum of fuss. You're welcome to contact me for information about the implementation, or general source questions, but I no longer support the application itself.

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