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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: jakerich on Aug 01, '11 10:42:51AM

This didn't work for me. Options only has three items, Keep in Dock, Open at Login and Show in Finder. Is there some other setting I'm missing?



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: cibi3d on Aug 01, '11 11:03:01AM

Probably you only have one single space... Enter Mission Control and add at least one more. Then, try again with the Dock menu. Hope it is helpful for you.



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: jakerich on Aug 02, '11 05:50:58AM

That fixed it. But now, when I open the application it shifts to that space, but the upper bar isn't visible, so I can't control the application. I want to use this with VMWare so that my one need for Windows won't sit on the main space.



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: jakerich on Aug 02, '11 01:38:34PM

Roboot fixed it. Curious.



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10.7: Assign an application to a Space
Authored by: peterholdn on Aug 01, '11 11:38:09AM

You have to have created additional desktops in addition to the default one before you assign the app to it. You cannot assign an application to a desktop that doesn't exists at the time you try to assign it. Not sure what happens if you delete a desktop that has applications assigned, but I assume that application just reverts to default behavior and opens in the current desktop.

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