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I don't think its possible from apple.
In previous version of OS X the Shift+Click option worked. Currently in Yosemite if you haven't changed the default behavior, the green button is set to fullscreen not maximize so now the shortcut is: Opt + Shift + Clicking the green plus (+)
Manico is a App Using Option + Number key to launch or switch to the target app in an extremely fast speed! Feature List: Beautiful OS X Style interface Easy to call and easy to hide Support using shortcuts to switch between running apps (Faster than ⌘ Tab) Support customizing apps and shortcuts (Faster than Dock) Support hiding the status icon to make ...
You could use Automator to create services that take no input and consist of "Launch Application" [your favorite app here], and then assign a keyboard shortcut to that service using System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Services.
No, but if you use the mouse you can ⌘ cmd + tab and then click the one you want with the mouse.
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