Pretty new to fences and have 1 feature I would really like.
Make roll up fences behave like "Automically hide the taskbar" in windows.
I am trying to figure out how to get my roll up fences, that are at the top of my screen to show up easily, especially when other windows are on top.
Ultimately, what would work best for me is to have a single pixel line at the top of the screen, on a mouse over, it would bring forward the roll up fences. Without the use of any shortcuts.
This was not possible in 4 from what I know.
In 5 I see that it is possible to right/left click on the bottom right corner of the screen to get it to show up.
This is counter intuitive for my use case, as I would first need to go into the right bottom corner with my mouse, then move all the way up to the top of my screen again.
As that does not work, I started looking into mapping a button combination to my gaming mouse.
Pretty bummed that I can not use a custom key combination. So my first try was to use something I would almost never use, windows + tilde. This does not work for me however I try.
I cant get it to work on my keyboard, cant get it to work as a macro, cant get it to work as a button combination on my gaming mouse.
For now I have just mapped one of the buttons on my mouse to windows + space, as a toggle and it works fine.
I can move to the top of my screen, with my mouse, and press the key combo using a single button on the mouse, all in a single motion.
But again if it was possible to simply move to the top of my screen with the mouse and the roll up fences pop up automatically, that would be even better.
Apart from that... minor nitpick: "Windows + Tidle", a small spelling error.
I recorded a quick video on the way I would like to use it. I am emulating it now by manually toggling the roll up fences on, when I touch the top edge of the screen, and toggling it off, when I leave any of the fence areas.