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Firefox MacOS : How to "unstick" Firefox from a space ?
Whenever I try to open Firefox, it shows up rapidly on the current space but then disappears to move to the space where it has been closed the last time I used it.
For example : I have 3 spaces. I am on space 2 with Firefox open, I close it. I go back on space 1, open Firefox -> it will open on space 1 and then immediately the window will disappear to appear in the space 2. If I move Firefox to space 3, and close it (CMD+Q), the next time I'll launch it, the window will appear in space 3 no matter from which space I launch it.
Not my native language I hope I've been clear enough sorry.
And of course, when I right click Firefox on the dock, under Options, the value of "Assigned To" is "None". (already tried to assign it to a space then go back to none but it doesn't work).
This behaviour only concerns Firefox. All others apps behave like it should : open in the space I'm in.. If you have any idea..
My current macOS version is : macOS Catalina 10.15.4 Firefox version is : 75.0 Attached: a screenshot of my mission control settings (which are not the problem I think but just in case)
Thanks and have a nice day,
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Well.. Even on StackExchange nobody has a solution. This is very disappointing.. It seems to be just a detail but this problem is very annoying.