I like using full screen mode and easily switch between apps with multi-finger swipe on trackpad.
My one complaint is the menu bar.
I prefer to see it always on top for 2 reasons:
I use the clock and other icon information.
Firefox puts tabs at very top and every time I go to click a tab, the menu pops up and I have to wait a fews seconds for it to disappear.
The work around is to create a new desktop in Mission Control, drag the app to the new desktop, use Shift-Option when clicking Green button to maximize window.
Is it possible to create a KM shortcut that would move the current app to a new desktop and maximize the window?
Additionally, I use multiple monitors, so I would want the new desktop to be on the same monitor as the app is currently display.
I will try out the Macro and see if I can get it close enough.
Does the desktop already have to be open to use it?
What I mean is, if I have FF set for Desktop 4, and I rebooted with only 2 desktops open,
will a new Desktop be opened called Desktop 4 or do I need to have all the desktops open first?
I probably need to run my own tests to see, I just need to carve out some time.
I don’t know for sure, but I think it should work.
The key is that you have previously created a shortcut key for the Desktop of interest. That Desktop does NOT have to be showing when the macro is run.