DavidGretzschel
So I spotted the command "Window>Minimize" and thought that it was completely unnecessary as I could with just pressing win+down on the keyboard, the built-in shortcut to minimizing a window, achieve the same thing.
Not only that, I thought it was strictly worse than win+down, since after pressing win+down I could just press win+up to restore the window into its previous position, whereas with "Window>Minimize" I can't restore it like that.

However then I noticed that "Window>Minimize" was able to minimize a window in Presentation mode. As I run the majority of my TB windows in Presentation mode, this is actually quite useful.
However I dislike that I can't just use win+down-arrow to minimize such a window as well.
Having two ways of doing the same thing in slightly different contexts wastes time. Needless complexity is the enemy of productivity.

So please make Presentation Mode play nice with win+down making the "Window>Minimize"-command redundant.
[Also please consider this ultra-low priority or rather only only touch this this after presentation mode can run windows normally without the use of obscure bug by implementing a way to compact and declutter Brain windows. As you might have noticed in my recent videos, this bug has become essential to my workflow and I don't want Presentation mode touched, if it risks ruining the beauty of my current borderless setup, some ideas for that below]

https://forums.thebrain.com/post/featurerequest-please-add-individual-visbility-toggles-for-menubar-tabbar-toolbar-and-historybar-6082-10360824?pid=1310137464

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