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Hello all,

I recently migrated to OS X, and while I love a lot about it, there are some features I've been missing.
Perhaps one of the most glaring missing features is the ability to snap windows to other windows or to the edge of the screen.
For a better explanation of what I'd like to do, please see this video.
(Note that I do NOT mean functionality like Windows Aero Snap. I already have something to do that! )

Are there any apps available for OS X that introduce window edge snapping or edge resistance? I've been unable to find any thus far.

Thanks in advance!
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[Shameless self-bump]

I take it I'm not the only person who can't find something like this?
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Thanks for the reply!
I'm running OS X 10.8.4.
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