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Quicksilver Search Invisible until relaunch or open another Quicksilver Window #1170

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cjguitar opened this issue Oct 12, 2012 · 3 comments
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@cjguitar cjguitar commented Oct 12, 2012

Since Lion, and now in Mountain Lion, the Quicksilver Search Window is invisible after starting up a computer (I have Quicksilver enable to launch on startup), even when invoking the key command to bring it to the front (for me it's Control+Space). In order to get it to show again I have to go to the menu item and click About Quicksilver, or I relaunch Quicksilver. I keep thinking this will get fixed in an update and it never does, it's been happening for almost two years for me. I also thought it was my computer, but I now have 4 computers showing this behaviour (One new MacBook Pro and 3 New MacPro towers). All of them are on Mountain Lion here.

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@skurfer skurfer commented Oct 12, 2012

This sounds like #1027/#1038, or maybe #498/#447/#411. In any case, it's been reported. :-)

Go to your Login Items in System Preferences. Make sure the checkbox under “Hide” is off for Quicksilver. If it already is, try removing it and adding it again.

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@cjguitar cjguitar commented Nov 2, 2012

Thanks skurfer, that was it!

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@ascomycota ascomycota commented Jan 21, 2015

Maybe you should uncheck this checkbox when installing your app?

skurfer added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 2, 2015
fixes #1170 (and many duplicates)
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