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=How to restore an OS X application window after hiding with Cmd-H=
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If you have hidden an OS X Application with Cmd-H (aka Apple-H = ⌘-H) the hidden window cannot be shown again by calling slot show(). In this case you must call
 
If you have hidden an OS X Application with Cmd-H (aka Apple-H = ⌘-H) the hidden window cannot be shown again by calling slot show(). In this case you must call
  
If you have installed a system tray icon with [http://doc.qt.nokia.com/stable/qsystemtrayicon.html QSystemTrayIcon] ''[doc.qt.nokia.com]'' you can add a menu entry and connect the [http://doc.qt.nokia.com/stable/qaction.html QAction’s] ''[doc.qt.nokia.com]'' triggered() signal with the respecitve slots.
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raise();
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// maybe additionally to activate the window:
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activateWindow();
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If you have installed a system tray icon with [http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qsystemtrayicon.html QSystemTrayIcon] you can add a menu entry and connect the [http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qaction.html QAction's] triggered() signal with the respecitve slots.
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Latest revision as of 14:10, 24 March 2016

If you have hidden an OS X Application with Cmd-H (aka Apple-H = ⌘-H) the hidden window cannot be shown again by calling slot show(). In this case you must call

raise();
// maybe additionally to activate the window:
activateWindow();

If you have installed a system tray icon with QSystemTrayIcon you can add a menu entry and connect the QAction's triggered() signal with the respecitve slots.