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That commoditie have for now only 3 basic key combos (which i use all the time on win32 and found it pretty usable): alt+f4 - close active window/app/etc (it emulate pressing on closing gadget by input.device) alt+tab - swith beetwen windowes, with making windowses active and bring it to front (note: if you use amidock, then it should have in the Layout/Placement: Normal or Always on TOP (i.e. not Always on Background). alt+shift+tab - swith beetwen screens. Back in the times i wrote that little commoditie for aos3, and for now i rewrite it to make it works fine on aos4 (with help from Gazelle, because there was few differences in code). You can run it as just a binary, like: shell:> awin and then, break it by ctrl+c (or by system:utilities/commoditie/echange remove/deactive/pause it). Or, what is most likely will be used, run it in background, from user-startup or startup-sequence like that: RUN >NIL: c:awin or like this: RUN >NIL: c:awin & you also can check by "status" command which number of process it has, and broke it by "break X" command. Just like that: 9/0.Work:dev/awin> run >NIL: awin & [CLI 6] 9/0.Work:dev/awin> status Process 3: Loaded as command: work:debug/memguard/MemGuard Process 4: Loaded as command: work:debug/sashimi/Sashimi Process 7: Loaded as command: NotePad Process 9: Loaded as command: status Process 10: Loaded as command: awin 9/0.Work:dev/awin> break 10 9/0.Work:dev/awin> status Process 3: Loaded as command: work:debug/memguard/MemGuard Process 4: Loaded as command: work:debug/sashimi/Sashimi Process 7: Loaded as command: NotePad Process 9: Loaded as command: status 9/0.Work:dev/awin> Enjoy !