Efficiently Manage macOS Apps and Spaces with OSX App-Spaces Manager
Summary of my bookmarked Github repositories from Mar 24th, 2016
OSX App-Spaces Manager is a tool for managing apps and spaces (desktops) in macOS. It allows you to perform various tasks related to opening specific apps in specific spaces via the command line. To set it up, you need to configure spaces shortcuts in the System Preferences and create a configuration file (.osx-app-spaces-config.js) in your home directory. The configuration file includes options for essential apps, killing apps, running apps, space actions, and space keys. You can then use the tool to run actions for specific spaces, perform actions for all spaces, run shell commands on each space, kill non-essential apps, or run specified applications. You can find an example configuration in the provided link.