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jonasbn (1153)

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Friday January 25, 2008
04:06 AM

OS X Spaces

[ #35480 ]

The space between my fist and this screen could be closing fast, I know it is not the screens fault, but OS X spaces is p*ssing me off.

Windows disappear and in general it lacks features

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  • I would love to configure Spaces just to work on specific monitors. When I have a dual (or more) monitor setup I might use one for my communication like Mail, IRC etc and I want that to stay fixed.

    Configuring an app to stay on all displays doesn't quite cut it since I use a terminal based IRC client.
  • I know exactly what your problem is.

    This journal entry [], does however address my eminent problem.

    But Apple should fix Spaces anyhow.