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Is there an easy way to have it set up to where when you click new window it pops up on the 2nd monitor? - or if you click open link in new window it pops in 2nd monitor, etc?
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for me. an application launches in the monitor that it was last opened in.. so if you always wanted ichat to launch in monitor 1 but safari to launch in monitor 2 then put ichat in monitor 1 and when you launch it next time it will remember. and same with safari on 2.

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no i do not think so, but it is fairly easy to press the "spaces" button and just drag it to the second monitor.
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