I am running Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 with Unity. It has some great keyboard combos for navigating about my various windows. Super + W shows all open windows. Alt + Tab lets me scroll through applications. Alt + ` lets me scroll through just the windows for a given application. It's a great tool set when you have too many windows and not enough screen real estate. However, what I'd really like is something like Super + W that excludes minimized windows. Don't get me wrong, seeing the minimized windows is great sometimes, but sometimes they create screen clutter.
I have some applications that I'd really like to just minimize to the tray (I know that's a Windows concept that I'm not sure translates entirely to Ubuntu, but bear with me) because I'm not actively using them. I only have them running to get notifications (Geary email client, Skype, etc.), but they don't support sending to the tray, so I have them minimized. That's more or less okay, but then I have 4 extra windows cluttering my screen when I Super + W.
Anyone know a way to exclude these from Super + W? Or make applications go to the tray and keep running when you close their window?