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Have you tried running your browser in fullscreen mode? (Using the 2 diagonal arrows button in the upper right corner of the window) I have a very similar setup and it works exactly as you are asking. MacBook Pro connected to a Thunderbolt Display Thunderbolt Display is the primary (with the Dock), MBP is secondary Chrome running on the MBP screen in ...
Run linux in VMWare fusion or Parallels. You can have your linux code run very well on top of OS X.
You are going to have to be more specific. What, exactly, is the window manager you are referring to, a screencap is not always enough. A name would be good a link would be better. Note that Mac O/S X has a built in window manager and the chance of getting a specific Linux window manager working on the Mac is pretty slim as Linux window managers operate on ...
If you have the texteditor open and your file isn't saved, then does it appear. Press cmd+save to save.
There's also the Spectacle app if you don't want to pay. It works pretty well, and you get a lot more out of it apart from just arranging windows side by side - you also get different sizes, and ease of moving between different monitors.
This will be a new feature for the next OS X release: El Capitan So I would suggest: wait for El Capitan :)
There is not a built in way yet. You must use an application like cinch or use what was suggested in your linked question (BTT). As you have just shown, this has all ready been asked.
In OS X Yosemite, just click the green plus (+) icon while holding Shift (⇧) + Option (⌥) keys. Or double click on the window's title bar while holding Shift(⇧) key (this won't work if System Preferences > Dock > Double-click a window's title bar to minimize is checked). UPDATE Here are proofs for those who voted down my answer before even trying if it ...
Divvy or another third party app is your only solution. The code to do this isn't on Yosemite.
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