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ok, funny, found out that changing Opacity back to 100% the switch goes just like a charm. Leaving this for QoS in here.
There's no built-in way to do it, but there are a few third-party applications around that may get you at least some of the way there, such as Moom and Optimal Layout.
The quick answer is no. You can assign an app to a space, but not a 'project', as such. Re-opening any app would at best reopen your last working session on that app. Closest you could get would be to keep all documents for that project in a single folder & select all, right-click/Open. Each would open to its last-assigned Space, last-assigned window ...
I use Yosemite but here can be found how to utilize in Mavericks:http://www.t-gaap.com/2013/10/29/managing-spaces-in-os-x-mavericksenter link description here In Preferences check the Automatically Add box Add several, I have 9 spaces I switch between in Yosemite: You add a space by moving your cursor to the top right hot corner of your desktop and ...
fwiw, I think this question has already been asked and answered... Keyboard shorcut to switch focus between multiple displays on OS X Mavericks
BetterTouchTool: free and does the job plus a lot of extra ;) I use it in combination with ShiftIt for window resizing.
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