I'd like some help regarding key bindings.
Whenever Jitsi is hidden within the systray, users have to double click on the icon or right-click+ select "show".
The double-click is pretty quick except that in Windows 7, the Jitsi icon can be within several other icons in a popup-style box.
So the user would have to click once on the popup arrow and then double-click on the Jitsi icon (3 clicks and user wasting time identifying the icon).
I'm looking for a way to "show the hidden Jitsi app" with a simple key binding (say "F9").
For now I'm using an external AutoIt app to do this but it's just a hack and it doesn't work very well (ie. the Jitsi inner frame is black when the window s restored - unpainted).
Is there a way to make Jitsi register system key bindings so that whenever a user presses, say F9, Jitsi shows up on screen by calling the following methods?
That would make Jitsi usability quicker.