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System Preferences > Mission Control > uncheck Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use


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Something like this should work: ruby -e "Dir.glob('* ').each { |name| File.rename name, name.chomp(' ') }" This will remove trailing spaces from every file/dir in the pwd.


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Here's the script to find and remove trailing space from files and dirs: #!/bin/bash IFS=$'\n' for file in $(find -d . -name "* ") do target_name=$(echo ...


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The cycle functionality does not exist but when you arrive to the last one you can activate the shortcut to jump to the first one from Keyboard/Shortcuts in the System Preferences.


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Found it, just leaving this here to make it easier for others to find answers via google. See: Assign Application Windows to Different Spaces/Desktops Is there a way to hide certain apps from the cmd+tab menu? Specifically, the one thing you need to care about is CFBundleIdentifier in the app's Contents/Info.plist file. Here is a part from a script that ...


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Command+n does it, but you have to make sure that in whatever Desktop you're working in that it says Finder on the top menu menu bar next to the apple icon, or you'll get a second window of the currently active app. Now if I can just figure out how to get more than Desktops than the Dashboard and two main Desktops.



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