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Not certain in Yosemite, but in Mavericks apps would only restore to the Space they were on if they were set to specifically open in a given Space - otherwise they would all huddle together on the front-most Space at launch. Right click the app in the dock to set to 'This Desktop' once you have it in the correct one. Quickly move an app to another Space by ...
I do not have the Yosemite but on Mavericks works as follows: The trick is to assign a second Space to the desktop. You do that by pressing the Mission Control button on your Mac keyboard (F3) or whatever you've assigned in System Preferences > Mission Control, and moving the mouse to the upper right of the display until you see a Plus (+) icon. ...
Looks like if you create a blank space on your laptop side of things and place it in the Desktop 1 spot all the external display apps will go there on disconnect. Only weird thing is when you reset your computer if you aren't plugged into an external monitor then some of the apps seem to move around a little bit, otherwise this method seems to be exactly ...
Use key code instead of keystroke. I don't see why MouseTools is needed. Assuming you have cntrl-2 bound to space to, this should switch you (at least in Yosemite): tell application "System Events" key code 19 using control down end tell -- numkey code -- 1 18 -- 2 19 -- 3 20 -- 4 21
Did you consider using Keyboard Maestro? Here you can see how I deal with something this. I use it to move cursor and windows between screens, but is really easy to modify per your requests.
Did you consider using Keyboard Maestro? Here is an example of how I deal with moving windows through screens. Must be really easy to modify per your requests in a simple macro.
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