When I close TheBrain, it'll faithfully restore all instances as well as their positions on the monitor, the Plex state, which Thought is active and so on.
That is excellent of course, however, it sadly doesn't restore the order of the instances themselves.

That makes maintaning and reestablishing a specific complex work evironment difficult. 
Ideally, I'd want to press a specific button on my numpad and get to my day-schedule window, press another, to activate my script-window, yet another to get to my calendar window.... and so on.
Normally, I'd use window-titles for making something like that work, but a TheBrain-instance will always be titled "TheBrain".

Now that's fine, too, since I can open TheBrain windows in a specific order and use that order to always get to the same place, by making a script press win+1 multiple times.
I can easily set this up, by having AHK open the respective window in the Application stack.

However, when I restart TheBrain, close it and reopen it or when I get the usual daily crash, it will mess up that order completely.
here's a video, demonstrating that issue

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Lenovo Legion Y720 | 32Gb Ram | i5-7300-HQ, 4 cores @2.5 Ghz | GTX 1060 | :{Windows 10 (latest build) |  SSD: Model SAMSUNG MZVLW256HEHP-000L2

Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 256Gb LTE
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 256Gb LTE
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