First of all this is a great product!
I’d love t know if it’s possible to get the spaces switcher (currently control-tab for me) to behave the way command-tab behaves. I’ve enabled circulation which is great for cycling.
however i’d love
to be able to “toggle” between spaces… the way command-tab does for apps if only invoked once, i.e. going back and forth between the most recently used app.
would be even better to have an option to have command-tab only cycle between the apps within a specific space
is this possible? Many thanks!
Last space toggle - that’s something we are considering.
Cmd-tab behaviour is something that is hard to modify, we’ve looked at it before. I think it’s unlikely we’ll be able to fix this unfortunately.
Thanks for the prompt reply. Last question as I use it more:
Is there a way for Command-Tabbing to a particular app to switch me to the space/desktop that app belongs to? right now it’s almost like command tab is disabled for apps that are “pinned”
Redzep - I think what you might need to do is go in to the Mission Control prefpane and make sure that “When switching to an application, switch to a space with open windows for the application” is selected. See the attached screenshot:
Hope this helps! I know that when I CMD-TAB to a particular app I always get switched to that app’s space.
I think this is easily solved:
Look in Mission Control preferences. Turn on “When switching to an application, switch to a Space with open windows for the application”.
I am an idiot. thank you both.
This is slightly different and I feel again that there will be a forehead-smackingly obvious answer but:
how do I drag and drop across spaces/desktops? Not talking about moving apps or windows from one space to another, but like a finder file into a web browser… thanks!
OK, so I discovered if i click on a finder item and move to a new space, i can drag and drop it (yay!)
Also discovered if i click and hold an app window and move to a new space, it stays there so I can refer to it as needed. Unfortunately it stays there permanently, when I switch back to the space it originally belonged to, it’s gone.
What I guess would be great would be hotkey to temporarily disable Spaces (or totalspaces) just if one needs to refer to an app/window from a different space, and then be able to go back to clean organized, differentiated spaces.
is this possible?