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The iPhone Simulator annoyingly pops up when I run tests in Xcode and interrupts my work flow. This is especially annoying if I'm in fullscreen mode. I want it to open and stay in the background.

If there is a solution that makes the Simulator always stay in the background (even when not testing) I'm ok with that as long as I can turn it off.

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Just build it rather than build and run.

enable console viewing in debugging and disable the iPhone simulator part?

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I still want the tests to run though and that would not run the tests. –  jasongregori May 30 '13 at 19:51
    
What sort of tests are you trying to run without the iPhone simulator, surely this is where the run tests would be ran, so you can see it in process. Otherwise just run the tests through the console as opposed to the simulator. –  Will Webb May 30 '13 at 20:10
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I want it to open, I just want it to stay in the background and not come to the foreground :) –  jasongregori May 30 '13 at 22:34
    
Only thing I could suggest then is drag the simulator to another desktop? This way when it is brought to the foreground automatically when you have pressed run/test it will just come to the foreground of the different desktop not affecting your current working environment. –  Will Webb May 31 '13 at 11:54
    
Are you talking about spaces? Unfortunately that switches spaces taking me away from my code. If your talking about another monitor, I only have one. –  jasongregori May 31 '13 at 17:14
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