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OS 10.5 - Command-Tab to switch to different applications top window, not all windows


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Hi there,

everytime I switch to another application, OSX brings all windows of this application into the foreground. Can I somehow configure OSX to only bring the front-most window of that application into the foreground?

This is not to ask how to put more elements or even window icons into the Command-Tab-Application-Switcher.

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I don't think so, but you can use CMD+~ to switch between application windows. Or you can downsize the windows you don't want to your Dock so they won't come up when you're switching around.

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