[Mono-osx] How to hide mono and windows form in Mac Dock
houndeyex at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 15:58:46 EST 2010
The dock is similar to the task bar on Windows 7, but it shows all programs
that are running, regardless of whether or not they have windows up. So if I
have a running app, but hide all of my Windows, the app is still running and
the icon is still in the Dock. Super annoying.
I'm using GTK# on Mac, so ShowInTaskbar isn't actually a property I can use.
I tried what is supposed to be its equivalent ( SkipTaskbarHint ) but I had
no luck with that either.
Since no one anywhere seems to know how to hide the Dock icon while using a
Mono application, I will probably file this as a bug. However, I see other
bugs that I experience in the list that are nearly two years old and still
filed as "new". Such as this one...
I seems like Mac is pretty far from a high priority platform for Mono. Why
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 2:26 AM, Stifu <stifu at free.fr> wrote:
> I'm a Mac noob: the Dock is essentially like a task bar, right? Although it
> also contains non-launched apps, like the left area of the task bar in
> Windows 7.
> So maybe the ShowInTaskbar Form property *should* hide it from the Dock if
> set to false? I'm not saying it does now, but maybe that is a desirable
> feature that should be filed on bugzilla.
> jocull wrote:
> > I am having the exact same problem with the current version of mono. This
> > is nearly two years old, but has it ever been resolved? I am finding zero
> > information about it, and currently have an (unanswered) Stack Overflow
> > question open.
> > If anyone can help, please let me know. This is pretty much a deal
> > for me as far as using Mono goes!
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