Posts: 1690 from 2003/3/5
As I'm not sure I (me personally) need a 'Cmd+Tab' feature, as the swap screen feature (Cmd+x/m) works really well for me, and I don't think I need another key option that I would have to get used to that basically does the same as the system already allows.
If think you're a bit confused here. This feature isn't for screens, it's to arrange windows on the same screen. This is aimed at people that do not use multiple screens, but stick to one and have a ton of windows on it.