Isolate workspaces, making the Overview and App Switcher look and behave as if the active workspace is the only workspace (except the workspace switcher). This means it will only show an app icon in the dash if the application has a window on the active workspace (unless they are favourited), activating an application will try open a new window if there are no existing windows on the active workspace, and the overview will only display app icons as 'running' if the application has a window on the active workspace. IMPORTANT: This is not compatible with Dash to Dock. Use this command on Dash to Dock instead: dconf write /org/gnome/shell/extensions/dash-to-dock/isolate-workspaces true OR gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock isolate-workspaces true
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