- 2 monitors are connected to my Mac Pro 4.1 running El Capitan 10.11.4
- Monitor 1 is a desktop monitor
- Monitor 2 is a TV
- My default browser is set to Chrome (Version 46.0.2490.71 (64-bit))
How I use the computer
I usually have multiple Chrome windows opened at the same time. At least a window for each monitor, but sometimes more. When I'm watching movies/tv-shows and other entertainment stuff i use the tv and use the Chrome-window on the tv for stuff related to entertainment. The desktop monitor is used for school/work stuff and researching different things, so i use the Chrome window there for that kind of stuff.
Now lets say I have a Powerpoint slideshow or an email with a link in on the desktop monitor, and I click that link, then a new tab would sometimes be created in the wrong Chrome window on the tv, even though i just used the desktop monitor Chrome window.
How I normally work around the problem (in a less than optimal way)
I normally resolve it by right-clicking the Chrome Dock-icon -> Settings -> "assign to Desktop on monitor x", which will move all the Chrome windows to monitor x. But it's becoming a bit annying because i would have to setup the window size everytime i do this.
So I'm wondering if someone in here knows of a better solution to open windows in the "current" Chrome window.