Related to : Cmd-Tab does not bring iTunes to foreground
There people claim that command+h will continue to work, but the behavior I'm seeing is:
- Launch a full screen Terminal instance (or anything else really)
- Launch a fresh iTunes
- command+h to hide it
- command+tab back to iTunes, this works and the main app window is given focus
- command+tab to Terminal
- command+tab to iTunes
What I expect to happen:
the main iTunes window is brought to the foreground and given focus.
What does happen:
The application menu bar shows iTunes, but an additional command+` is needed to bring the main app to foreground.
I thought it might have been related to a Chrome interaction, since I'm usually commmand+tabbing between my browser and everything else, but that does not seem to be the case.
I do have two "plugins" running:
- last.fm scrobbler
- Alfred app mini itunes player interface
Not sure if either of those create some phantom window or something that is mixing something up.
Versions of stuff:
- OS X: 10.6.5
- iTunes: 10.1.1 (4)
- last.fm: can't find it, but it's recent
- Alfred: 0.8 (89)
So after that big long rant, anyone else seeing this behavior?