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First of all, I know that I can do this with a 3rd party app like Contexts. But I would like to do it with the native macOS app switcher.

How to reproduce the "bug"

  • Monitor 1
    • Space 1: Safari (not in fullscreen)
    • Space 2: Xcode window #1 (not in fullscreen)
  • Monitor 2
    • Space 1: Xcode window #2 (not in fullscreen)

You are in monitor 1/space 2, then with CMD-TAB you select Safari, as expected the new active space is monitor 1/space 1. Now you want to go on your last Xcode window, so with CMD-TAB you select Xcode.

  • Current behavior: The new layout is monitor 1 with space 1 and monitor 2 with space 1. The active space is monitor 2 with space 1.
  • Expected behavior: Monitor 1 with space 2 and monitor 2 with space 1. The active space is monitor 1 with space 2.

Discussion

Is anybody knows why the app switcher does not let me move to the most recent window of Xcode?

Thank you!

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