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I find myself periodically closing several windows by accessing them through the expose interface. It's really a pain to enter expose mode, click on a window, close it, and then switch to expose again and repeat. So can I close a window/quit application in the expose interface itself? (just like I can use Cmd+Q to directly close from Cmd+Tab switching interface).

I am using OsX 10.6.

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With the (free) application Better Touch Tool, you can create a custom gesture to close out windows. Once you assign a gesture to close out a window, use it on any window in Expose and it should close out the window for you (without exiting Expose).

Source: http://hintsforums.macworld.com/showthread.php?t=66483

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