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    On cmd-tab behavior

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    On cmd-tab behavior
    Hello all,

    I just switched to Mac OS. I am loving it but there are two things that would love if i could do too. I'd would like to
    change the command-tab behavior so that:

    * It cycles only through windows of the current desktop
    * If the window selected is minimized, then it is maximized.

    Are those two features possible?

    Thank in advance

    --L

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    From within OS X itself, there is likely no way of changing the behavior of that shortcut, you might find some 3rd party application that does what you want..
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    Mac OS X doesn't have "maximize." You're not on Windows anymore.

    The mac has "intelligent resizing" which may or may not make windows bigger.

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