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Here's a addition to @pasawaya's excellent answer. If you want to execute your applescript from the command line, you don't need to enter every line separately with the -e option. osascript -e 'multi-line-applescript here' will work also. Example: osascript -e 'tell application "Safari" activate tell application "System Events" keystroke "f" using {...


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I'm with @Tetsujin on this one. I never use fullscreen apps. However, you could do what you want with Total Spaces 2. Make sure to check the compatibility info below the download button. Let's say you use 3 fullscreen apps: Close the full screen apps and create 3 extra spaces. Once you got those spaces, give them shortcuts In Total Spaces 2. Once ...


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I'm afraid it cannot be done natively. The closest you can achieve is to jump the last regular desktop with Ctrl ⌃ [num] then Ctrl ⌃ → from there. The difficulty is that fullscreen apps don't have a Space number, so you cannot add a shortcut key. My personal solution is to simply never use fullscreen apps, I find them more trouble than they're ...


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To add the toolbar and keep it there when maximizing the screen I used the option and taped the pad. I was surprised.


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One possible workaround... Go into System Preferences. Select "General." Towards the top, there is a place you can set the menu bar to "Automatically hide and show the menu bar."


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For me I had to use /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --app="http://youtube.com" to have it work.



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