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  1. Hi I use fluidApp( http://fluidapp.com/ ) for a whole bunch of websites and like to pin then to the task menu so they are still running but are out of sight. I have been trying to find a way to get Alfred to force them to activate but have been running into trouble with Alfred setting the focus back to the previously running app. The closest i have gotten is a workflow that Opens the app and then had a output script to send a hotkey to the system that brings the window to the front. This causes the app to pop up for a second or two before focus returns to the previous window causing the fluidapp to close. Is there a flag i can set on a workflow to disable to focus setting behaviour? Thank you the sample applescript i'm using: on is_running(appName) tell application "System Events" to (name of processes) contains appName end is_running on activate_app() tell application "System Events" keystroke "m" using {command down, shift down, option down, control down} end tell end activate_app if is_running("APPNAME") then activate_app() return "Running" else tell application "APP" to activate delay (1) activate_app() end if
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