Power Windows 2.4.5
Power Windows lets you choose between solid dragging and translucent dragging.
For solid dragging, you can set the Screen Update Frequency, which controls how often Power Windows redraws the parts of the screen you cover and uncover when moving the window. The immediate setting updates the screen each time the window moves, which gives the best results, but requires a fast machine.
For slower machines, use one of the intermediate settings. If you want the smoothest possible dragging and do not mind the "giant eraser" effect, use the At End setting, which does not update the screen until you release the mouse.
For translucent dragging, you can set the Level of Transparency to anything from Solid to Invisible (for Zen dragging without any visual feedback).
For large windows, translucent dragging can be very slow, so Power Windows drags only the border instead of the entire window. Use the Switch to Border Dragging slider to set the window size threshold where Power Windows makes this transition. The Always setting always drags only the window border, while the Never setting always drags the entire window. What setting you choose depends on your Mac's speed and your own tolerance for choppy dragging.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Power Windows requires a Power Macintosh or Macintosh with a 68020 processor or better. Window dragging, particularly translucent dragging, is extremely processor intensive, and works best on a fast machine. Power Windows is fully compatible with all system versions from System 7 through Mac OS 9.