(Even though the title is almost the same as in Is it possible to save predefined layouts? I believe I’m asking a different question. I also couldn’t find an existing topic for this but will be happy if pointed to one if one exists.)
I’m using TotalSpaces2 v2.5.4. I normally use both the laptop and one external screen, having a 3x2 grid (or 6 desktops) on each.
Lately I’ve been running more and more to the situation where I connect my MBP to an external monitor to see that my grid layouts are “corrupted” so that the external monitor has only one desktop and the laptop screen has the rest. This didn’t seem to happen much earlier but then again, I’m switching more to different kinds of monitors nowadays. This also doesn’t happen every time and unfortunately I haven’t found a way to always reproduce the problem. I believe it has something to do with when it is that I plug in the DP cable, i.e. before or after turning the monitor on.
Of course it would be nice if the “corruption” didn’t happen at all, but I could also live with a workaround of restoring my grid layout back to the way they were. I wouldn’t expect all program windows to jump to their respective spaces (and this is why I believe I’m asking a different question as the one I linked to in the beginning) – only to have my 3x2 grid restored on each screen, preferably with their titles.
Is this possible now? If not, would you consider it as a new feature?