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UPDATE 2 These are the support instructions for using multiple monitors with Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and earlier. You will likely want to use the Extended Desktop Settings. If you still doesn't let you see the other app, then check to see if FCP has an Always On Top setting which may be turned off, and don't have the apps set to full-screen mode. ...


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I solved this. I must make the function (interactive): (defun my-handle-iconify-frame() (interactive) ;; I actually do something more useful than this... (message "in my-handle-iconify-frame") ) obvious in retrospect, since it is run through a key binding, not as a hook function.


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System Preferences -> Mission Control -> Untick "Displays have separate Spaces" and restart. After restart, you will be able to have 1 window expand over 2 displays.


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Only manually. Alt/click the green dot, top left, which ought to fill the screen at least top to bottom, then grab the right edge & drag across. Alternatively, grabbing the bottom right corner will let you do it in one move, but without aligning the left edge.


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If you uninstall this software does Preview behave? It is likely an interaction with Preview and this software. And maybe something else on your system. I would suggest contacting support on this product directly.


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The HyperSwitch tool is in beta and is FREE and it is also AMAZING. it integrates into the system cmd+tab widget also. So perfect


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You can switch Applications by using ⌘ command+tab. Tabbing through the list of applications can be done by holding the ⌘ command key and continually hitting tab. This will automatically shift focus to the selected app no matter which screen or monitor on which it resides. Therefore, swapping between IDE and browser is easily done without mapping new ...



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