Making the Name of the App appear in the Menubar (top-left corner) when the App is LSUIElement


Making the Name of the App appear in the Menubar (top-left corner) when the App is LSUIElement



How would I make the name of the app appear here ( like with a normal app )…

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… when the app is an LSUIElement.

My Problem is that when the App is LSUIElement the name is not by default displayed in the menu bar like an normal app. Basically all I want LSUIElement to do is to hide the dock icon not the name in the menu bar.

For those who's native language isn't English, when I say 'App' i mean 'Application'.

Thanks.


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