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I would use Automator's watch me function to record the keys and mouse actions needed to add a new screen. Barring that, you'd need to hack the plist and restart finder or get third party MouseTools to help with UI automation. See this post for those options: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9606221/


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I am aware that my answer doesn't address your issue but it is a close workaround. I am using a software called Cinch and SizeUp to reposition windows. Resizing a window across space and screen is really fast and is done using keyboard shortcut. The software comes with a trial version for you to test it. http://www.irradiatedsoftware.com/sizeup/


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I think I finally got a fix, for Microsoft Word (and presumably other Office apps too): Make sure you have a Word window open in all workspaces... of course, you can make the window really, really tiny and pushed away into a corner. This also helps with the jump to another workspace with an open window when you close "the last" (actually useful) window on ...


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Although this doesn't technically answer the original question, those here looking for a more configurable Cmd-Tab app switcher could look at SuperTab . Disclaimer: I bought this and it think it's well done.


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Was not able to find if a specific file could be opened in a specific space but you can make applications open there. From https://support.apple.com/kb/PH18757?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US Assign apps to spaces If you assign an app to a particular space, it opens in that space by default. Press and hold an app’s icon in the Dock. You may have to ...



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