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Jedi Concentrate

author alang

Jedi Concentrate

Jedi Concentrate is an application that mimics a feature that is found in OS X called Expose.

When “concentrate” mode is activated, all windows except for the current active window are smoothly faded out. The purpose is to dim everything on all of your monitors when you need to get to work.

The application resides in the systry and “concentrate” mode can be toggled by using any of the following hotkeys: Ctrl-/, F12, Win-J. Customizable you ask? Sure are - just download the code and modify it. ;)

Developer : Dana Hanna
Filesize : 9KB



Comment by Pierre on 2007-03-22 18:15:09

Love it! no complaints yet!

Just does what it’’s supposed to do!

Pretty light on the memory also.

Very good my Padawan….

Comment by Pierre on 2007-03-22 23:00:20

Wait, wait. Found something. The hotkey Windows+J is the same as marking Junkmail in Thunderbird!

Lost a few mails before I figured out what was the matter!

I have a bad feeling about this…

Comment by alang on 2007-03-23 08:48:06

there are an option file you can download from developer website. Check on the comment by users

Comment by madek on 2007-03-27 08:09:35

what i have to do before installing jedi concentrate? install the last version.., i don’t have it

Comment by Artyom on 2007-03-27 16:00:15

People use F12 instead of Windows+J if you afraid to delete some important emails at TB:-)

Comment by Mukund on 2007-04-01 23:52:42

Hmmmm… what i would want is this..

When i click on a blacked out window, it must whiten that and black out others…

What say others?

Comment by Avneet on 2007-04-13 07:37:46

does it work with XP

Comment by Joseph on 2007-05-06 16:35:50

yah, it works.
but hold on….wat is the pt of having this software when u can actually maximise ur window to get it to fill the entire screen? or perharps a combo of win key+D followed by alt+tab to switch to the desired window?????

Comment by Josh on 2007-05-09 16:31:52

Very nice! - Is there anyway you can turn it on permanently? I find myself constantly turning it back on after I click on anything on the desktop? Or is it meant to be used more as a one-off for those occasions when things get a little cluttered?

Also - where is the developer’s files:

alang “there are an option file you can download from developer website. Check on the comment by users”

I can’t find it :(

Comment by S-th on 2007-05-19 02:30:31

Peut-être le programme est cool, par contre le “Win32…” dont il est infecté l’est beaucoup moins. A éviter !!!

Comment by S-th on 2007-05-19 02:37:57

Il s’agit de Win32:Adware-gen.

Comment by S-th on 2007-05-19 02:58:03

Sorry, I forgot, this is an english site. I found a virus called Win32:Adware-gen while downloading the file.

Comment by Jackpots on 2007-10-27 02:27:16

It must be me! What is the purpose of this application in a Windows environment? Just maximize the window. People often find the most difficult way to do nothing.

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