OS X can rotate any window to any angle and still have it function--as seen in Amit Singh's demos in which he's programmed windows to swing in response to a PowerBook motion sensor: http://www.kernelthread.com/software/ams/ I'm seeking an app/hack that simply lets me set an angle that ALL windows will use. So they can ALL be tipped at 40 degrees or whatever. Any leads? Has anyone done this? It doesn't sound hard to program. As for why... Well, no good reason at all... just because! I'm looking at buying a 20.1" LCD (Dell, $440) that can rotate between portrait and landscape. So my diseased mind is picturing leaving the display rotated halfway... with the windows still level (I know, you'd need to rotate the mouse movement too in order to be really functional... but I'm looking for weird not functional ) Besides... who hasn't secretly wanted to rotate a co-worker's windows just 5 degrees, let them discover it and complain... and then prop a book under one corner of the monitor and tell them "that happens sometimes"? TIA. I'll post pictures maybe if I get this to happen.