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I created an Automator app to hide the window during a call following these instructions:

How to hide FaceTime audio macOS High Sierra Version 10.13

But is there a way to bring the window back as well?

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You can try to restart your computer.

  • I can end the call by quitting Facetime and the next time I make or receive a call, the window comes back. I'm talking about bringing the window back DURING a call after I've executed the Automator app to hide the window in the first place. – BSO Sep 20 '18 at 21:04
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  • @BSO I think this isn't possible since your Automator app stops the FaceTime notification process. – Locness Sep 22 '18 at 6:38

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