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I'm fairly new to the Cocoa world and completely new to this mailing list. I hope that I'm posting this question to the correct forum. If not, I'd be grateful for a pointer to a more appropriate place to repost this. Before coming here, I tried to locate the answer I'm looking for on the net. I couldn't find it, but that might just be due to the fact that I don't know the proper way to formulate the question and thereby construct a meaningful search. So again I beg the indulgence of all of you if there are one or more other locations where the answer to my question can be easily found. I actually have two related questions. They both pertain to the Spaces application in Snow Leopard. Is there a way in Cocoa to programmatically query which Space the user is currently looking at? In other words, if I have six Spaces defined and Space 3 happens to be the one which is currently visible on my screen, how can I make some sort of Cocoa-based query to find out that Space 3 is the one that's currently visible? Secondly, is there any way in any of those environments to programmatically switch Spaces? For example, if Space 3 happens to be visible, is there any Cocoa code I can run which will switch the visibility to, say, Space 2? Thanks in advance for any pointers to docs that you can provide. -- HippoMan <email@hidden> _______________________________________________ Cocoa-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Please do not post admin requests or moderator comments to the list. Contact the moderators at cocoa-dev-admins(at)lists.apple.com Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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