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I had a similar issue when using a second display on El Capitan on a macbook pro. When resizing windows in the second display they would jump to my primary display. Doing a safe mode boot then a regular restart fixed it for me.


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If you are looking to do this just for a say an internet browser window you could look at the open source Helium app. It's free, and you can also download the source and compile your own version if you want. It's basically an internet browser that always floats above all other windows.


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I just discovered Magnet available on the App store for $1.99 (current price as of posting) that provides the ability to "snap" windows to corners, right, left, etc. So far, it works as advertised. I am not affiliated with the app or developer. Just found it and find it useful.


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On El Capitan on a 2015 Mac Book 13" screen I clicked on green icon top left - work page becomes a little bigger. Then at bottom left selected 150% Size. Almost full screen. Can now see it to work on it.


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HazeOver: Distraction Dimmer App Store $3.99 The app automatically puts a shade over all windows except for the currently focused one. The distinct idea is that with this app you don't have to manage the windows per se. No need to organize, minimize or hide windows. You focus on the window you're working with and stop caring about the rest. The effect ...


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It's interesting that most OS X users don't easily recognize lower as being the specific feature that's being sought. If I have a window blocking most of the screen: I don't want to disturb its position, so move is useless. it's blocking several windows I want to see, so switching to the all-window view and picking one doesn't help much I still want to ...


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There is the default shortcut ⌘` (that's a backtick [or ⌘` for QWERTZ keyboard layouts] to toggle focus between application windows. I don't think it's possible to adjust the behaviour of ⌘⇥ so it meets your criteria.



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