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I use Ventura and use an external monitor as my primary display and the built-in screen as an extended display. I added multiple desktops to both displays. I can’t figure out how I can assign an application to always open on a specific desktop (Desktop 1, Desktop 2, etc.).
I got in this official guide. There is a section on “Assigning Apps to Spaces.” I see four options on ctrl+clicking the app icon in the dock
- All Desktops
- Desktop on Display 1
- Desktop on Display 2
What I’m missing is “THIS Desktop”. Please tell me how I can achieve this either through pre-build macos features or through some extension/application/script.
I thought about it. The official guide doesn’t seem to be updated. There is no “This Desktop” option. And, “Desktop on Display X” means “Desktop currently active on Display X” which is exactly what I’m looking for.
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