|Apr 2, 2011, 03:12 AM||#1|
Help with running in background
Hello, so I have created an application that uses the
"Application is background only" plist variable to run my program without a menu bar or dock icon. I have created an NSStatusMenu, and when i click that my main window opens. I am having a problem, however, with the program displaying behind other windows. So if I run my program from xcode, and open the window by clicking the icon in the menu, it will pop up behind xcode, and I have to move xcode to see it. I am sure there has to be a way to make it show it show up on top. Does anybody have a way to do this?
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