How to Resize Windows on Your Mac to Specific Sizes?
There is no signer like the app for Mac but you can easily resize it to a specific size with this applet in any window on this Mac screen.
One of my favorite Windows utility is a Sizer, a small app that can convert any window to an exact size on the desktop. For example, when I’m recording the screencast for the YouTube channel, I can use the 1280 × 720 (HD) or 1920 × 1080 (1080p) presets to automatically scale the target window before hitting the record button. I use
Surprisingly, no cider like an app is available for the Mac platform.
Resize any window in a specified window with the Apple script
I got some payment options in the Mac App Store- Mercury Mover,TileWindows and Divvy to name a few – which allows you to resize windows and resize windows on the Mac with keyboard shortcuts but these apps can work efficiently For power users, more targeted is done with many windows while the cider is completely a resizing utility.
Resize windows with Apple script
If you are looking for something more simple without extra bells and whistles, then a little applet trick should be run.
Just open the AppleScript editor and copy the script below. You can change the app name from “Google Chrome” to iTunes or any other window that you want to resize. The script changes the window to 1920 × 1080 and moves it to the center. You can define a different default height and width through appHeight and appWidth variables.
Now you can press CMD + R to run the script. Alternatively, you can export the script as an app (.app) and you can always run it with double-click.
Some Safari (I resize) and Chrome extensions are also there, as well, you will resize the window in any given size on your Mac, but they will obviously work only with the browser window.