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How do I run an app in Full Screen mode on OS X Lion on my second monitor?

I recently bought a MiniDisplay Port to VGA to make use of my unused monitor. So far I'm using it but one thing I notice is that when I try to use the fullscreen option of a certain application, Safari for example, OS X Lion only seem to use the main display (my MBP's monitor).

When I drag Safari's window on the extended display and then fullscreen from there, the fullscreen window still returns back to the main display.

Is there a way for putting the fullscreen window to the extend display?

Cheers!

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marked as duplicate by Gerry, patrix, jmlumpkin, user495470, bmike Sep 4 '12 at 0:28

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I see. This thread must be closed then. I'm not doing my homework well. Thanks anyway! – Panoy Sep 3 '12 at 13:03
    
Feel free to remove your question if you agree it's a duplicate. – Gerry Sep 3 '12 at 13:17
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This is possible in Mountain Lion by dragging the window to the secondary screen before entering fullscreen, but unfortunately cannot be done in Mac OS X Lion.

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