As the title says. I am looking for a way to get the iOS simulator to not start in the foreground. A little background on why, this is for testing. I have a selenium grid set up and using appium to test our app. The nodes are set up on tv's around the office that have mini's connected to them. The mini's have a chrome browser open in full screen presentation mode. So when the tests kick off and the simulator starts, it slides over to a new workspace and shows the simulator. That is what I do NOT want. I want the full screen chrome browser to stay on the screen.
I have tried a couple things already.
1. In system prefs -> Mission Control -> Uncheck "When switching to an application, switch to a Space with open windows for the application" - did not work
2. Ran this command "defaults write com.apple.dock workspaces-auto-swoosh -bool NO && killall Dock" - Did not work
3. Uninstalled it with "defaults delete com.apple.dock workspaces-auto-swoosh" - did not work
4. Added the simulator plist file to run in background similar to http://www.cnet.com/news/keep-applications-from-stealing-focus-when-opening-in-os-x/
but then get an simulator error about being on an authenticated disk
Any other thoughts out there that can accomplish this?