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When I login I want a blank desktop in my first space, sublime text in my second space, chrome in my third, and terminal in my fourth space like so:


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For google and other search engines we prefer one (1) question per topic. That will also eliminate the complicated answers. So nothing personal but it helps us managing this site. Thank you..PS I have to vote it down till you remove the multiple questions. – Buscar웃 Jul 4 '13 at 18:28
Updated with only the initial question ;) – eveo Jul 4 '13 at 19:01
Nice,... now lets see if someone will take the time with the answer. and you got +10 for doing it :) – Buscar웃 Jul 4 '13 at 19:09
  1. Go to you second space
  2. Right click the Sublime Text icon on your dock
  3. Go to Options > Open at Login
  4. Right click the Sublime icon again
  5. Go to Options > Assign to: This Desktop

Do the same for every app you want to open at login in the appropriate space.

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