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I'm pretty sure it depends on how many instances of the same app you have opened.

If I have single instance of Notepad running, clicking on its taskbar icon shows/hides it as you've described. If I launch a second copy, then that behavior stops, and only resumes once there's a single instance of it still left running.

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