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It sounds like you have it set to All Spaces [Desktops]. With the app running & in the correct Space, right click it in the dock & select Options > This Desktop. For a fuller answer on setting up & using Spaces, see my other related answers at https://superuser.com/a/1187552/347380 or https://apple.stackexchange.com/a/179403/85275


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It is correct that macOS runs upon the kernel named Darwin that Apple develops. Its source code is available online. However, it is not exactly a "distribution" of BSD: If you compare it to Linux with the many distributions available, such as for example Ubuntu and Fedora Linux it's a completely different ball game here. They have a specific kernel ...


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Deleting the .DS_Store file on the desktop could help. Keep in mind that all icon positions are getting lost: Open the Terminal.app in /Applications/Utilities enter "rm ~/Desktop/.DS_Store" without quotes and hit enter Relaunch the Finder Press and hold the opt key Right-Click or Control-Click on Finder in the Dock (while still holding down the ...


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