TheLeopardSpacesIssue

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April 21, 2008, at 20:10 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Convert to markdown syntax
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# Open a TextMate window
# Open the Find window
# Open another TextMate window in a different "Space"
# Open the Find window again
to:
1. Open a TextMate window
2. Open the Find window
3. Open another TextMate window in a different "Space"
4. Open the Find window again
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# The Find window opens on the first space and switches your active space to it
to:
5. The Find window opens on the first space and switches your active space to it
April 21, 2008, at 20:10 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Add workaround info
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(:markdown:)
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** You should expect to have the Find window open in this new space
# The Find window opens on the first space and switches your active space to it
to:
* You should expect to have the Find window open in this new space
# The Find window opens on the first space and switches your active space to it

_The cutting edge builds, available by adjusting software update preferences, do set the window property that has Spaces let the window open on the active space instead of last._
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November 12, 2007, at 23:01 UTC by Thomas Aylott -
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TextMate 1.x on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard has a problem with the Find and Find in Project windows.

# Open a TextMate window
# Open the Find window
# Open another TextMate window in a different "Space"
# Open the Find window again
** You should expect to have the Find window open in this new space
# The Find window opens on the first space and switches your active space to it