Given applications ABC; switching to C gives: CAB

Command-Tabbing to an application brings it to the left end of the Command-Tab cycle. Any way to disable this?

  • Does it wrap them around or bring it to the left? For example what would it do like this AB(C)D with C activate? – William Mar 16 '17 at 21:53
  • It brings it to the left: the activated app is brought to the left, so AB(C)D -> CABD – Arseniy Mar 16 '17 at 23:18


I googled around and found the free Keyboard Maestro software. Using it you can customize your application switcher. You can hide specific applications from appearing in the switcher by going to Keyboard Maestro Preferences -> Excluded. In the switcher, pressing E will toggle hide/unhide apps.

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