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This was possible in 10.9, but it seems to have been disabled in 10.9.1
Slate might be an option for you: Slate is a window management application similar to Divvy and SizeUp (except better and free!). Originally written to replace them due to some limitations in how each work, it attempts to overcome them by simply being extremely configurable. As a result, it may be a bit daunting to get configured, but once it is done, ...
I've set up Alfred to open new Terminal and Safari windows in the current workspace by having it call an Apple Script. I'd expect that you could do the same in Quicksilver. These are the scripts I've used: Safari: tell application "Safari" make new document activate end tell Terminal: tell application "Terminal" do script "uptime" activate ...
I figured out how to keep an entire application on any screen. Right click the application in the dock Mouse-ver Options Select All Desktops from the Assign to sub-menu. But what if I just want, say one spreadsheet in excel to follow me to any desktop, while it keeps the rest where they are?
When new spaces are created, the little check boxes along side the shortcut in the mission control shortcut's are not ticked automatically. Therefore new Spaces are not enabled. Make sure they are ticked. Also you could try and change the shortcut to something else. Try those to see if they work. If they do. Switch them back and try again. If not still ...
Yes. In Mavericks, each space (or full-screen application) can be assigned to any screen, and the 4-finger-swipe gesture will slide between spaces/apps on that screen only. You can see this quite clearly if you open up Mission Control with multiple monitors; each monitor's spaces/apps are shown across the top of said monitor. So, for example, you could ...
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