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Going by what I see on my Mac, and looking at your examples, it seems pretty certain that the order is alphabetical. I would expect that if there were a way to specify a different ordering, it would be under the Options submenu, but alas, there is nothing of the sort there.
It uses Quartz. But that's a bit of a marketing term in so much as there is not one single thing called Quartz, but a group of things that work together to make the system called Quartz. Specifially, Quartz encompasses the set of systems needed to do rendering (Quartz 2D), font management, graphics card interaction (Quartz Compositor), OpenGL support, 3D ...
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 (+)
Better Touch Tool appears to be the easiest way to fix this. The newest version of it allows rebinding of the green button. Glazblog has a nice article on setting this up. I also got it to work with RightZoom Some more details are at Packetmonger Blog
In Expose, look for the alert window separate from the other applications, separate from finder. If that doesn't work, hold command and tap tab until Finder is highlighted, release command. In Finder, swipe down with 4 fingers (if this isn't enabled, select trackpad in system preferences and under the more options tab, select App Expose. Then repeat these ...
I'm not sure whether there are ways to automatically tile all open windows, but both BetterTouchToool (blog.boastr.net, free) or BetterSnapTool (https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/bettersnaptool/id417375580?mt=12) let you organize windows. I'm not familiar with BetterSnapTool, but with BetterTouchTool you can configure your own actions, so you might be able to ...
In my experience it depends on the Game-programmer itself and has nothing to do with Steam, f.e. I recently bought 'Lords of Xulima' on Steam and the Game-Developer has disabled any Non-Fullscreen features. Sometimes there is a trick though: With the game running, try pressing cmd+alt+esc. That will open the 'force quit'-window which then enables you to ...
On 10.9.5, option-click on the green button in the top left.
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