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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.


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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fwiw, I think this question has already been asked and answered... Keyboard shorcut to switch focus between multiple displays on OS X Mavericks


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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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