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10.5: Assign a set of apps to Spaces via AppleScript System 10.5
This previous hint on using AppleScript with spaces got me to thinking about ways to get two (or more) different sets of spaces. So, for instance, you could have a 'work' Spaces set with Terminal, Safari, Mail, and an RSS Reader, and a 'home' Spaces set with Safari, Mail, GarageBand, and iPhoto.

The easieset way I've found to do this is with a couple of AppleScripts that basically look like the following: Note: Setting an app to 65544 will set it to "every space." You would then do a similar script as above for your 'home' space.

[robg adds: I haven't tested this one.]
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