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My roommate just got a new macbook last week (amazing ) and i was explaining all the cool stuff macs can do, spaces being one of them. For some reason the spaces will not switch no matter what command i set it to. I would like to set it to "Apple Arrow". I was assuming the command was already set for another use on the computer from the default settings, but couldn't find out what it was. If any one could help i would appreciate it.
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Hey all
My roommate just got a new macbook last week (amazing ) and i was explaining all the cool stuff macs can do, spaces being one of them. For some reason the spaces will not switch no matter what command i set it to. I would like to set it to "Apple Arrow". I was assuming the command was already set for another use on the computer from the default settings, but couldn't find out what it was. If any one could help i would appreciate it.
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Is your "Enable Spaces" box checked in your "Expose and Spaces" menu?
Try this link too, if you haven't already: Mac 101: Using Spaces...
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