Witch offers a few advantages over OS Xâ inbuilt window / app switch mechanisms: it shows all appsâ windows (unlike the Cmd-Tab switcher, which shows only apps) on all Spaces (unlike ExposÃ©), even if they are hidden (ExposÃ© doesnât) or minimized (ExposÃ© only does so on SL) or if the app is windowless (Cmd-Tab will activate these, but only the Dock actually invokes a window in most cases).
The visual style needs a bit of configuration to be usable (it defaults to too much transparency for a text laden window), and could profit from some redesign (one large app icon followed by a window text listing would make more sense to me than the current layout), but even so, Witch advantageously replaces both Cmd-Tab and the Dock for running app / window management on my system. Note I still rely on ExposÃ© for a quick switch between open windows in the current Space, as Witchâs windows is simply too cluttered and abstract for that.
Recommended for Dock haters and keyboard jockeys.
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