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OS 10.5 - Assigning Programs to Spaces


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When I assign a program to Spaces like VMware Fusion or MS Word 08 and I specifically set the program to a certain space number like 3 for example it doesn't seem to work correctly. When I start the program it will open in the wrong space (whichever one I'm already in).

Other programs behave correctly. For example I assigned Yahoo Messenger, MS Messenger and Mail to Space 2 and whenever I open any of those programs it will automatically switch to the correct space before opening.

Is there something I'm missing here? I don't understand why some programs work correctly and others seem to be ignored. I want VMware Fusion to be in its own space so that I can easily switch OS's.

Edit: I got Fusion working correctly but MS Word 08 refuses to open in an assigned space. It opens in ALL spaces on top of anything currently running. Grrrr
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