Hide Compile message

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I have created macro to compile java files on save. Whenever i save java file, it automatically compile java file but it also open compile message.
Everytime i save file, it compile and this bottom panel containing compile message shows.
I don't want any compile message in bottom panel.

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I suppose there message window opens if there are compilation errors? The messages toolwindow is always activated if compilation ends with errors or warnings. However, you can press "hide warnings" button in the "Messages" pane's toolbar and the window won't be activated unless errors are present in result. Still, in case of errors, the window will be always activated, this cannot be changed.
I suggest that you try File | Settings | Build, Execution, Deployment | Compiler | Make project automatically option instead. This functionality tries to make project as soon as it detects changes on the disk (e.g. because you saved a file or updated a bunch of files from VCS), which seems to be exactly what you need. In case of automake all results are displayed in the "Problems" toolwindow, which is never activated automatically.

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This happens if there are any deprecation warnings as well. It's annoying, I don't want to see this frame. I then have to close it and reopen the frame I was looking at before.

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Try to toggle the option to show/hide warnings.

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