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I have multiple desktops on High Sierra. Given an app window (like Safari) on each desktop, I can click on the app icon on the dock, and it will cycle through the desktops with this app.

⌘-` will cycle app windows on this desktop

Can I set a key to cycle app-desktops?

  • Does Ctrl - Right/Left Arrow not work? – Allan Feb 2 '18 at 22:55
  • There's a difference between cycling desktops & cycling different windows of the same app if they're spread to other Spaces. Clicking the Dock icon will cycle all windows of an app in any Space, inc fullscreen. ⌘` will only cycle them in a single Space. – Tetsujin Feb 3 '18 at 7:30
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    Actually, Cmd/Tab then down arrow will do the same thing... which kind of makes this a dupe of apple.stackexchange.com/questions/193937/… even though I posted a different solution [my excuse, 1st coffee of the day;) – Tetsujin Feb 3 '18 at 7:34
  • ok... sorry... after testing, no. Cmd/tab/arrows won't cycle to fullscreen Spaces, only clicking the Dock will do that... – Tetsujin Feb 3 '18 at 7:41
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This is the kind of task QuicKeys used to be very good at.

Press a button, return cursor to its start point.

It's still available [will run in nag-free demo mode for a month, then go to nagware unless you buy it] & has instructions to install under more recent macOSes, but idk whether it's still up to the task.

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