I am currently using an app called Manico to implement app switching, and it works very well, but I am trying to use BTT to replace it.
So I created some keyboard shortcuts using BTT, and used the "Show / Hide Specific Application" option to achieve my goal, but I found a problem, when the application window is closed, BTT does not automatically create a window when using the shortcut to switch applications.
What I want to achieve is that when I switch the app to show, if the app is not running, it will be launched. If the app is running but the window is closed, it automatically creates a window (equivalent to clicking the app icon in the Dock bar).
I tried to use the "Send CMD+N, if No Open Windows" option, but it has two problems. When I check this option.
If the app does not support CMD+N to create new window, BTT will not automatically create window for me when I show / hide the app, I need to click the app icon on the dock with mouse to do it. For example, the Mail app.
If the application supports CMD+N to create new window, two windows will be created when the application is launched. For example, iTerm2.
How can I achieve my goal in BTT? Any suggestions? Thank you.