SwitchResX 4.11.3 Multilingual macOS | 6.7 MB
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SwitchResX is the most advanced tool for Apple computers to take control of any screen connected to the Mac. No matter whether a MacBook Screen, an external monitor, a Retina display, a TV set or a beamer: SwitchResX can handle them all - if you want, straight from the menubar, a contextual menu or both. It's that easy!
Preference Pane And More
When installed, SwitchResX sits in the Preference Panes and can be activated like any other of those helpers. SwitchResX pops open in a separate window for easy access of its' vast amount of functions, that outrun Apples inbuilt Monitor preference pane easily.
Ultimate Control
With SwitchResX you can keep control of your screen resolution and the way, every single app displays its content on your screen - or screens! Because SwitchResX can of course handle more than one screen totally individually, it gives you all the freedom and flexibility you need at any time.
Drill Down Into Details
On top, SwitchResX includes a huge amount of additional functions, like
Saving desktop layouts to get everything back into position right the moment, you jump back to a certain resolutionDisable or activate screens on demand, for example to use a Macbook in clamshell modeLink screens to specific events like Key shortcuts, Applescript, Application launches and moreCreate                                                                                                                                       and enable new custom resolutions to adapt to any available screen, including screens inbuilt into carsRename resolutions to regular and useful terms like Gaming, Documents, Graphics, Presentation, TV etc.Arrange desktop items on a much finer grid than Apple' standard settingsKeep a record of any change in screen setting automatically
SwitchResX 4.11.3
New for M1 Macs:
Shows Promotion and Variable refresh rate modes on macOS 12.0 MontereyShows notch information for modes that will display the notchAllows monitoring java applications and assigning them a Display Set (though they will all get the same Display Set)Allows setting XDR monitors color presets (instead of ColorSync profiles). This can be done from the UI, using DisplaySets and with AppleScript (the property is recordable in AppleScript also) (available on macOS 11.0 BigSur and newer)Solves an issue when setting the delay for applying a Display Set after starting the daemon on M1 MacsSolves an issue when sorting modes with similar frequenciesSolves an issue in drawing hotkeys after changing the keyboard languageSolves an issue showing a custom resolution as "invalid" after duplicating an existing custom resolutionSolves an issue when SwitchResX would sometimes create a duplicate setting of an existing display and forget all previous settings of the displaySolves a crash that could appear when removing an unattached display from a Display SetSolves an issue when not all modules would be uninstalled correctlyRemoves the "Show tab" item in view menu - useless, but never noticed for years...

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