Photoshop: Droplet use causing application frame to disappear

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I'm running Photoshop CC 2017.1.1 on Mac OS 10.12.5. Photoshop application frame is on and I often hide the application when not in use, but have found that if I use a droplet to batch convert files the next time I go to open an image the image opens but the application frame disappears altogether making the image impossible to view. My resolution to this is to quit Photoshop and open the file again. 
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Ryan O'Hara

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Pete Green, Customer Advocate

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Sorry for the strange droplet interaction with Photoshop's application frame Ryan?

Would you be able to record a screencapture video of what you're seeing?
It might also be helpful to share the action or droplet with us here to download and see how it works. 

Regards
Pete
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Ryan O'Hara

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Hi Pete

Here's a screen capture of the issue. www.rhinobytes.co.uk/video/Photoshop_Capture_720.mov

It doesn't seem to matter what droplet I use, the problem persists. I've tried with old and newly created droplets, from my own actions to Photoshop default actions.

Cheers
Ryan