Warp 1.2 changes the behavior of Spaces wraparound to mimic Apple's default Spaces behavior. If you'd like the old behavior back, type defaults write com.ksuther.warp OldWrapStyle -bool YES in the Terminal and disable and re-enable Warp.
The new Warp pager also has an alternate display style that displays application icons rather than the live window preview. You can enable this by typing defaults write com.ksuther.warp PagerStyle 1 in the Terminal. Swapping the 1 for a 0 will switch back to the default display style.
Warp 1.2 should also play nicer with upcoming system releases.
Changes from Warp 1.1.1:
- Added a floating pager that allows rapid switching between spaces.
- Click-to-warp floating window no longer appears when dragging items.
- Fixed wrapping around a single row or column of spaces.
- Improved modifier key check so that the exact modifier keys specified must be pressed for Warp to activate.
- Changed wraparound to behave similarly to when using Spaces from the keyboard.
- The Warp helper application now automatically relaunches when updating.
Phi at 2009-07-20 03:47:35 -0400
Kent, thank you very much for using the idea that the pager just shows the application icons instead of the live view! I'm really happy with this little feature :)
Justin Collins at 2009-07-24 11:58:09 -0400
While I like the improvements with 1.2 you made one change that makes me not want to use 1.2 anymore and revert to 1.1.1. Following the spaces wrap around behavior (say if you have a 3x2 grid, and going from space 6 to space 1 when you go off the right edge of space 6). Previous versions worked the way I wanted which was space 6 went to space 4 as they were both the bottom row. Would it be possible to give the option to keep the old behavior?
Steve Major at 2009-08-28 18:54:15 -0400
Kent, sent you a message about this earlier, but I just started using Warp since You Control Desktops won't work in 10.6. I really miss the menu bar pager and requested that as a feature... HOWEVER, if you made the floating pager adjustable (think a size slider like for the dock) one COULD do a single row and 4 columns, shrink it and drag it up into the menu bar. I'm starting to get used to the pager in the lower right of my screen, but would (again) love the ability to shrink it a bit to fit the space on my laptop. I know you're probably tied up with Chax at the moment. :-)
Steve Major at 2009-08-29 11:17:45 -0400
I stand corrected on my last statement above, the pager can already be re-sized, just not enough. :-D
Taldar at 2009-11-29 20:07:58 -0500
Hey. I saw a feature in Teleport (http://bit.ly/ZsUo) where you can "double-tap" the edge of the screen to activate it, and I thought it might be a good feature for Warp. In other words, you move your mouse to the edge of the screen, and, within a certain amount of time, move it away, and back again, at which point Warp would change spaces. Kind of like a double-click, but without the click.
hac at 2009-12-09 10:40:36 -0500
Warp causes a small bug in System Preferences for me: Typing "s" in the search field makes System Preferences crash.
Richard at 2010-01-04 13:40:51 -0500
Hi, Have been using Warp since 1.1I think and I like it very much. Just upgraded it to 1.2.1 because of the floating pager. Very nice, thanks! On the downside I noticed after having it running for a few days it is eating lots of memory, it was using more than 1Gb after about 3 days. Disabling/re-enabling brought this back to about 200Mb. I am uisng this on an Alu i-mac with up to date Leopard. In conjunction with Warp I'm also using SpaceSuit which enables me to have different desktop pictures, not sure if this is related, will test-drive wihout this for a few days. I only have 4 desktops. Thanks for a very nice app, Regards, Richard
Sergey at 2010-02-01 05:40:09 -0500
>> â€œdouble-tapâ€ the edge of the screen to activate it, and I thought it might be a good feature for Warp Good feature, also other necessary method is switch Spaces with click, but without preview on screen edge (it distracts). Please, add this option in newest versions (may be through Terminal) Gratefully thanks