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display – How can I move spaces between external monitors in Mavericks? – Ask Different

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/10/21

display – How can I move spaces between external monitors in Mavericks? – Ask Different [WayBack]

You can only move spaces which are non-active.

For example, lets say you have spaces 1 and 2. If space 1 is active, you can not move it. You first have to select space 2 then you can move space 1 to a different monitor.

This helped me work around version 8.35 of Microsoft Remote Desktop for OS X breaks second monitor usage [WayBack]:

  1. Double click a connection so it goes to a new space on the primary display
  2. Make the normal space active (by three finger swiping on the primary display)
  3. Go to mission control
  4. Move the non-active RDP space to the secondary monitor

Sometimes the primary monitor doesn’t have a non-active space any more so you have to create a new one in the top right of Mission Control [WayBack].


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