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It doesn't look like there's a safe way of doing this; looking at this Apple Support Discussion answer, I can still find the referenced background image in my Yosemite install at: /System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework/Versions/C/Resources/NSTexturedFullScreenBackgroundColor.png Since this is buried in /System, it's highly unlikely there's .plist ...
Here's a simple way to jump to Desktop 1 (or 2). You can turn on this shortcut by: System Preferences Keyboard Shortcuts under Mission Control click Switch to Desktop 1 there you will see the default option is ^1. Now you can jump to desktop 1 from any full screen app by pressing control 1
This isn't a perfect answer, but it's a smooth workaround. In System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Mission Control you can map a keyboard shortcut to "Turn Do Not Disturb On/Off." I chose command shift spacebar as I believe it does not overlap any default keyboard shortcuts and it's similar to activating Spotlight. Now I simply hit those keys to ...
As it is on iOS 9, OS X 10.11 lets you split the unified full-screen view into two portrait sections with one application on the left side of the partition and a different one on the right. It's pretty basic, but it also is elegantly minimal with a clear geometry with only one degree of freedom. My hope is that as more people get used to the mechanics ...
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