On Snow Leopard you could "jump" from the last space to the first space by hitting cmd+right arrow.

How to do this in Mavericks?


I haven't tried it, but the app TotalSpaces2 seems to provide this feature:


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In newer versions of macOS they require you to disable SIP when installing.

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They don't cycle any more, last to first.

I've found the best solution is to assign a key command to every Space you use & go directly to the one you want.

I use Ctrl/number.

Additional irritation is that Fullscreen apps insert themselves into the 'list' of Spaces, but cannot be called directly.

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To accommodate for not cycling anymore, you can enter a command for Switch to Desktop 1, i.e. +shift+.

mission control keyboard shortcuts

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  • This is not cyclic like the question asked. This does not allow you to be on the last space and press ⌃ + → to cycle back to the first space (at least on Mavericks). – aglasser Oct 24 '14 at 17:29
  • @aglasser Ah, didn't notice that. Thanks. – Louis Waweru Oct 24 '14 at 17:34
  • I did not down vote you, by the way. – aglasser Oct 24 '14 at 17:35
  • @aglasser No worries, that's what the button is for. – Louis Waweru Oct 24 '14 at 17:39

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