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Shortcut to send front window to very back (not minimize)?


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I'm wondering if there is a Mac shortcut that will allow me to send the current front/active window behind all the other windows on the screen.

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There is a keyboard shortcut that allows you to toggle between all the open windows of whatever app is active.

Command-~

This will cycle through the windows, effectively sending the current one to last on the list. To get to it again, you'll just keep typing the shortcut until it comes back around.

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Perfect.

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