Hi everyone. I have a nice new macbook pro - and I have a Java application which has a bundled mac os launcher. I want for this particular application - the F1 - F12 keys to show by default on the touch bar. I have gone into System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts - FN keys and added the application via its supplied launcher to the list of applications. However due to the nature of this application (java) - the program launches as "IBM Host On-Demand". I have this added to my shortcuts for FN keys here: The application is installed here: When the application launches it seems to 'start another application' which I believe is WSCachedLoader - which is likely some Java Unix process kicked off by the 'Host On-Demand' launcher seen above. This appears to match up closely to a jar in the Applications/HostOnDemand folder: The long and short of this is - that when I launch Host On-Demand, the F keys do not show up on my keyboard. I cannot add WSCachedLoader2.jar to the F keys shortcut list of apps - presumably because it is not a launcher type. Any ideas on how I can make this application 'recognised' by the Keyboard Shortcuts Fn type so that when I launch it, the F keys appears in my touchbar?