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Mavericks and dual diplays


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Can you "pin" applications to one monitor or the other in 10.9 like you could in 10.8?

Before Mavericks, applications would open to where they were positioned at shut down. It just did this, I didn't set a preference or anything, it just happened. Now everything opens on my primary monitor (startup applications or otherwise) and has to be moved around. It's not life-threatening or anything, but it is an annoyance.
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