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I answered a similar question here - cmd-tab behavior on mavericks with multiple displays The Task Switcher does follow the Dock. If the Dock is on screen 1, the Task Switcher will appear on screen 1. If the Dock is on screen 3, the Task Switcher will appear on screen 3. Etc. To make your Dock appear on a screen you can use a couple of methods. Method ...
Try (ctrl - left alt - tab) & (right alt - tab) should do the trick… Well it does it using VMware where you can also change inside "VMWare" menu "Preferences… "Keyboard & Mouse" pane the key mappings to give priority either to the VM or the host. I don't see why it wouldn't be the same with Parallels…
This one is a bit tricky : press ⌘ Cmd + ⇥ Tab to show your running apps. Keep holding ⌘ Cmd. press ⇥ Tab until you've selected the app press the ⌥ Option, and let go of the ⌘ Cmd. ( You must release ⌘ Cmd after pressing ⌥ Option ! )
Great question! You answered #1 yourself - that is, the Switcher appears on the monitor where the Dock was last shown. To change it, just move the mouse to the bottom of the display that you want to show the Task Switcher on (this will temporarily show the dock on OS X Mavericks, until you move the mouse away from the bottom of the screen). Now the ...
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