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Hey everyone, after reading a thread i started thinking about spaces and when i start up my computer.

I was wondering if there is a way, that when you start up your computer to have certain programs open in certain spaces??

If anyone has any knowledge about this and would like to share, i would greatly appreciate it!!

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go to system preferences and then click on spaces, add the applications you want to open up in the different spaces and set the space you want it to open up in. Then go back to the main system preferences window, click on accounts then click on log in items, add the same applications to that list. All the applications will open up in the spaces that you wish upon start up.

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