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Hey everyone!

1st post here. I'm wondering if there is a way to disable the switching of an application's window to a different space after switching from space to space a few times. I currently run firefox in one space and word in another, and when I switch from looking at stuff on firefox to working on word, and back again, my word window jumps to my firefox space when I click on it. It's really annoying... Any help is appreciated!

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