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Hello,

I have a Macbook Pro. I have traditionally been using 6 different spaces for my different applications. I recently purchased a secondary monitor. I was able to get the monitor working, however, it is linked to my desktop whenever I switch spaces. I was ideally hoping to be able to use my spaces on my Macbook, and keep my secondary monitor stationary. Is this possible?

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Not in any current version of OS X. OS X 10.9 Mavericks has significantly better multi-screen support and will allow you to do what you want by allowing each of the spaces on the screens to transition individually..

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