Having all my open windows in the dock

aratio

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Feb 26, 2009
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Cochabamba
Hi everybody:

Do you know if there is any way to have all my open windows available in the dock to move from one to other one with a single click?

Though I liked the Exposé per application feature, I would prefer having all my opened windows available in the same region they are minimized.

On similar way, do you know if there is a way of having all the opened windows [instead of all the opened applications] available when doing COMMAND-TAB?

Thanks in advance,


eto
 

aratio

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Feb 26, 2009
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Cochabamba
Which applications are you talking about? I'm pretty sure all of mine do minimize as separate windows.
For example, some times Safari opens several windows, I want to be able to switch from one of them to other one just doing some CONTROL-TAB hits or selecting the window from the dock. I know that the minimized windows appear on the dock, but... is there a way to see the no minimized windows on the dock too?
 

Mal

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You use Cmd-` to switch between windows. They don't appear in the Dock (why would they?), but that will do what you need.

jW
 

macrem

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I would recommend using Expose to view all open windows. I set a hot corner to easily access all my open windows. What is the advantage of having all opened windows available in the same region they are minimized? In any case on SL, Expose shows all minimized windows close by the same region where they were minimized.
 

Gregg2

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May 22, 2008
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You use Cmd-` to switch between windows.
Cool! I wonder if that shortcut is listed in the link I posted...

Yep!
Command-` Activate the next open window in the frontmost application

(That key is to the left of the '1'/'!' key on my keyboard.)
 
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