Another day, another hack. This AutoHotkey snippet preserves the last
window you minimized with
Win + Down and allows you to quickly unminimize it
Win + Shift + Up:
It is a common practice for some to use a Quake-style terminal. For those who
have never played the game: it’s a single terminal window which is hidden by
default and is toggled with the grave accent key. Those who like the behaviour
use a terminal emulator program like Tilda on Linux or ConEmu on Windows.
Sometimes you might want the same behaviour for the utilities that do not
support Quake-style windows by themselves. Luckily, you can still achieve this
with a simple AutoHotkey script I’ve come up with.
So far it looks like Tasks, Google’s new app for task tracking, is missing a key feature supposed to push you to do stuff—the on-time reminders.