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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: WilGeno on Aug 01, '11 08:39:58AM

Well, at least this makes spaces "usable" again. Now if only ctrl+arrow would wrap from the last space back to the first space like it used to we'd be back in business.



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: astack on Aug 01, '11 10:49:51AM

Apologies for this being a little off-topic but... I haven't tried using Lion yet, but for us unix users, the whole idea of assigning an application to a particular space is anathema. Rather than being application centric, I prefer to organize my spaces around projects, i.e. have each project I'm working on with all it's associated documents, images, etc. assigned to a particular space. 10.5 and 10.6's application-centered spaces are really hard to use for old-school unix users like me. It sounds like 10.7 might improve on that, but it's hard to tell.



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: peterholdn on Aug 01, '11 11:35:24AM

If you have the application assigned to "none" then you can move have different windows for the same application open in different spaces. You seem to have to open it where Lion expects it to go (in the same window as the rest of the application) and then move it by itself in Mission Control to the appropriate desktop, but you can do it.

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