One of my (locally developed) applications is always considered “not open” by Mosaico, causing every layout switch to launch a new instance of the application. I’ve tried running it as an administrator in case it’s a privilege issue but the behavior was the same.
The only clues I can find as to why it might be failing to get this window are:
– The process was launched by and is attached to a debugger (Visual Studio 2015)
– The process was launched with a relative path (C:\path\to\solution\project\..\appname.exe)
I’m not sure if either of those is the real issue, but it’s a big blocker to me getting good use of mosaico – otherwise I’m liking it a lot, it goes a long way to making me feel as comfortable in windows as I am in i3wm.
Thanks! I’ll give that a try. I did already try setting the relative path and sadly that didn’t seem to work.
Actually, is there a way to make an application for a snapshot optional? It’d be great if, for certain applications, they’d be repositioned if open but *not* launched when they’re missing. That’d help me a lot in this case – I don’t ever want mosaico to launch this application (because the debugger will launch it) but I do want it to handle the application if it’s running.