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The "launch service key" LSUIElement in the .plist file for iTerm2 is your friend. To hide iTerm2 from the switcher, open Terminal and enter: /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :LSUIElement bool true" /Applications/iTerm.app/Contents/Info.plist You will need to relaunch iTerm2 for the setting to have an effect. If you wish to show iTerm again, use the ...


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For a single script, it is no possible to create a unique icon that's sits near the clock such as the wifi icon for example. There may be unique AppleScript plugins that enable this, but I'm not aware of any. If you need one icon from which you can run a bunch of different scripts, there are tools like FastScripts that enable this. OS X also enables ...



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