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I'm not sure how to fix this properly, but killing the Dock (forcing it to auto-restart) stops the quicklook pane reappearing. Just run this from a Terminal window: killall Dock
To add one Desktop Space to each monitor/display: do shell script "/Applications/Mission\\ Control.app/Contents/MacOS/Mission\\ Control" delay 0.5 tell application "System Events" to click (every button whose value of attribute "AXDescription" is "add desktop") of group 1 of process "Dock" delay 0.5 do shell script "/Applications/Mission\\ ...
I'm a Spaces user of long-time habit, even though I've always had 2 screens. I find the best way to get around is to pin specific apps to specific Spaces [then remember where they live, which is the only difficult bit] If no apps are yet assigned this way, then switch to the chosen Space before launching the app, then right click the app in the Dock & ...
3 questions in one, so I numbered your points to make answering easier… Set the app's space compliance to None [right click the app in the Dock] 1) Mac apps don't do that, no new instance will be created unless none exists. 2) Can only be done if the compliance is set to All Desktops - but that means it will always follow you around; probably not what ...
Clicking the fullscreen icon while pressing the alt key will put it right next to the current desktop, at least on Mavericks.
I know Hyperswitch didn't exist when that question was asked, but it is a modern answer to that question, and it is much better than hacking with Karabiner (formerly KeyRemap4MacBook) and/or struggling with the system preferences (since they don't accept any key mapping for every command). Please see http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/127414 and upvote it if ...
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