Many Tricks releases Witch 3.1
Portland, Oregon (April 29, 2010) – Many Tricks, makers of helpful apps, today released version 3.1 of Witch (http://manytricks.com/witch), its indispensable window switching utility. Witch 3.1 adds a couple of useful new features, improves on many behaviors, and fixes a few bugs. Among the highlights:
- The Witch panel appears after a very short delay, so it can be used (as with Command-Tab) to quickly toggle between two open windows without seeing the Witch panel flash onscreen.
- A major memory leak has been identified and plugged. Witch no longer uses increasing amounts of RAM over time, and uses less RAM overall than version 3.0.
- Updated help files explain all of Witch 3′s features
- Handles Parallels’ windows more gracefully when Parallels is running in Coherence or Crystal view modes
- Hidden windows are now shown with a translucent icon, so they can be easily identified at a glance.
There are many other fixes detailed on our release notes page.
There’s also a blog entry with more detail.
Witch 3.1 is a free update for all Witch 3 users. Witch 3 is $19, or $8 for users of Witch 2, and is available at manytricks.com/witch. For more information, please feel free to contact me directly.