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OS 10.6 - Spaces & Expose Problem


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Hi all,

I have been having a problem with snow leopard. I have found that whenever I have an app minimized to the dock, and set to a desired space, and I am in a different space than the application is set to open in, it will not take me back to that desired space but rather just unminimize from the dock to my current space.
Example : I have my thunderbird mail set to open in space 1 and have it minimized to my dock. If I am currently in working in space 2 and decide to access thunderbird, thunderbird will unminimize from the dock to space 2 even though I have it set to open in space 1. It does thins instead of taking me back to space 1.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Hi all,

I have been having a problem with snow leopard. I have found that whenever I have an app minimized to the dock, and set to a desired space, and I am in a different space than the application is set to open in, it will not take me back to that desired space but rather just unminimize from the dock to my current space.
Example : I have my thunderbird mail set to open in space 1 and have it minimized to my dock. If I am currently in working in space 2 and decide to access thunderbird, thunderbird will unminimize from the dock to space 2 even though I have it set to open in space 1. It does thins instead of taking me back to space 1.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Cheers
ryan
I have the same problem. I reflected to Apple via feedback, maybe you should do the same.
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10.6 or 10.6.1

Maybe they fixed it already...
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I am running 10.6.1, and still having the problem. I found a thread on macosxhints.com saying to go into my library and delete my dock preferences. I did this, reset the whole dock and still no luck.
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