How do I open/show/deminimize a minimized window on macOS Sierra 10.12.5?
There are many sites talking about
CMD + tab and the press the
option-key, before releasing. Yeah - that works to an extend. But first of all - I don't know that the window is minimized, when I
CMD + tab to it. So whenever I come across a minimized application, then I first
CMD + tab to it, - then realize it is minimized. And because I don't want to move my hands from
jkl;, then I afterwards press
CMD + tab, then
CMD + shift + tab + option + release CMD. FFS Apple! While I'm already angry, I might as well ask. What is the advantage of making it this way!? Is that how people prefer it to be? Do they think: 'I'll just
CMD + tab to this application... Not because I need to do anything with any of the open windows. No, no, no, no, no!! Almost no one uses the open windows of running applications!'
This post suggest making a shortcut to 'Zoom'. It worked previously - but one of the latest OS-updates made it stop working sigh. The answer does start like this:
Assign a shortcut for the Zoom menu item (or whatever it's called in your locale) from System Preferences.
So my question is: Where do I find this
locale and figure out what to write instead of Zoom?
And to all the sorry souls, who's also looking for an answer to this. This is the other things I've tried:
Attempt1) Try Witch
Witch actually has the command that I want. AND it's possible to assign it a shortcut-key:
... BUT. When I use that shortcut, then it opens it taking 2-seconds or so:
It must be a bug. I can't find any options to change that speed. Close, but no cigar.
I've also tried to replace the
CMD + tab with Witch' function (which initially is
option + tab. But that doesn't deminimize the window either, when choosing the application.
Attempt2) Use Spectacle
The same answer suggest using
Center from Spectacle. That doesn't work either.