Is there a solution on Linux similar to the Windows 7 Win+number, or Unity's Super+number shortcuts, which will also minimize the application if it is currently active and focused?
In Windows 7, if the application is already launched, and currently active, the shortcut will minimize the window, which I find very useful for reducing clutter and focusing on my task.
I've found a solution here to emulate the Super+number shortcut keys with
wmctrl. If this is the only solution known, could you suggest with a brief example how one would add the minimize action? (I imagine it would require testing states and conditionals, I am completely new to Linux and these commands so I have no idea if it is even possible).