Right click or Control-Click the PCClient.app application
Select ‘Show Package Contents’
Select the ‘Contents’ folder
Open the ‘Info.plist’
Add the following into two new lines as shown in the screenshot below (or remove them if you’re wanting to show the PCClient icon in the dock).
Save the file and then restart the client.
At that point, the app should be hidden from the running apps section of the dock.
Additionally, if you make this change on the server shared version of the PCClient.app as detailed in the User Client installation steps, then when you perform local installs or use the client-local-install.app, it will have the modified Info.plist file too.
Hide the PCClient.app Balance Window (different behavior with version 14.2)
Previously you could configure the key:
in the config.properties file as per the User Client Options
In versions of the client prior to 14.2, this would start the PaperCut Mac Client in a truly ‘minimized’ state - you would see the Balance Window in the minimized windows section of the Mac OS Dock. Clicking on that would bring the Balance Window back into view.
With version 14.2, setting minimized=Y means that the balance window does not appear at all - even in the minimized windows section of the Mac OS Dock. To view the Balance Window, you can click on the ‘P’ icon - the PaperCut menulet in the top menu bar - which will then display the balance window. You can then use the red ‘x’ on the window, or cmd-w to close the Balance Window again.
Use the above two settings together
With version 14.2 of the client, if you use both of the settings above, you’ll have a clutter-free experience of the client where there will be no ‘running app’ icons in the Dock at all. The only visual cue of the PaperCut Client running will be the new PaperCut ‘menulet’ in the top menu bar. Clicking the ‘P’ menulet icon will display the Balance Window. Command-clicking or right clicking the icon will show the ‘Open’ and ‘Exit’ menus.
Below is an image of the new menulet introduced in the 14.2 version of the PaperCut Mac client: