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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • When I switch to a new space either with F8, Control- or Control-, the application in that Space becomes the frontmost one. Maybe you're doing something different?

    I usually switch Spaces by switching applications though. I don't have to remember which Space it is in because the right one pops up (although I tend to have terminals all over tha place).
    • Ah! I think that the "problem" is that I don't have any windows open on the other space, so Finder gets brought to the front. Then when I switch back, Finder remains the active application, and one of its windows is brought to the front. If I start another application there, then all is happy, and nothing (visibly) gets restacked. But this still irritates me - why does Finder need to be swapped to the front if zero applications have windows open? Still smells like a design bug - with or without Spaces it's