Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). How Do You Organize Your Spaces? - macOS Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In How Do You Organize Your Spaces? blascock Posted: November 1, 2007 6:55PM in macOS edited January 2014 Hey, new to this whole spaces thing. Right now I just have 2 going, one for work and one for play.. How do you guys have your set up? I need some tips here Comments Reply 1 of 7 mzaslove Posts: 519member November 1, 2007 7:04PM Quote:Originally Posted by Blascock Hey, new to this whole spaces thing. Right now I just have 2 going, one for work and one for play.. How do you guys have your set up? I need some tips hereMmm, four spaces. My main one for most things. My online (mail & Firefox) space. A notes spaces (with stickies and bits of data I need for various projects, kinda like a bulletin board). The fourth space is for Parallels when I need it. Reply 2 of 7 hugodrax Posts: 116member November 1, 2007 8:05PM http://www.pbase.com/image/88158511/original.jpghere is a screenshot of spaces in action and whats going on. Reply 3 of 7 akac Posts: 512member November 1, 2007 9:48PM 1) General activity plus Safari2) Mail and iCal3) Video, iTunes, all graphics apps, TextMate, and Transmit4) VMWare Reply 4 of 7 sc_markt Posts: 1,397member November 2, 2007 3:57PM I've been playing with spaces and I wish that when you hit the Apple-Arrow key which brings up the little space window that shows how many spaces you have, each of those little spaces showed you a miniature picture of the actual desktops for each space. This way you could more easily see where you wanted to arrow to. Reply 5 of 7 filburt Posts: 398member November 2, 2007 6:22PM 1. Main: Adium X, Firefox, iTunes, etc.2. Address Book, iCal, Mail3. Work: Aperture, Final Cuts Studio, iWork, Microsoft Office, Quicken, Xcode4. Safari Reply 6 of 7 ecking Posts: 1,588member November 2, 2007 7:44PM 1. FCP2. Soundtrack pro3. safari4. itunes, mail Reply 7 of 7 smax Posts: 361member November 2, 2007 10:00PM I have 2 spaces, and usually I jsut stick to one. The only time I really have used #2 is whenever I'm shuffling around a ton of Excel spreadsheets and Word documents for a lab. Sign In or Register to comment.