How to Open Applications on Specific Desktop | Mac
When using Luna, you may notice that one of your favorite applications opens on the wrong screen. This guide will walk you through how to open an application on all or specific desktops. This can be done by setting up Multiple Desktop Spaces in your Mac Settings.
How to Set Up Multiple Desktop Spaces on Mac
Creating Multiple Desktop Spaces (Optional)
- With the Luna applications open and running, go to the Apple Menu on the top left of the Mac Menu Bar and click on System Preferences. Next, open Mission Control or Swipe up on the trackpad with 4 fingers.
- You should now see a translucent bar on the top of your screen. To add more spaces, click on the + Sign located on the top right of the screen. This will add another desktop space to your Mac. This is an optional step for those who would like to utilize more desktop spaces when using Luna, which will allow you to switch between desktop screens.
How to assign applications to open on Desktop Spaces
Below, we'll show you how to assign an application to open on All Desktop Spaces, One Specific Desktop Space, and No Desktop Spaces.
Assigning an Application to open on All Desktop Spaces
- Go to the Mac Dock and find the application you would like to open on all available desktops. Right-click on the application's icon in the dock and select Options.
Assigning an Application to open on a Specific Desktop Space
Assigning an Application to open on No Desktop Spaces