Mr Window Manager
Makes dealing with multiple windows easy by allowing you to assign a window to a Numpad key, and then automatically minimise/restore the window by pressing that key.
Do you work with a lot of windows open like I do? It gets rather annoying after a while, moving windows around, minimising them, trying to find a bit of free space. Mr Window Manager can help you.
Mr Window Manager uses your Numpad while Numlock is off to link any open window to any of the ten numbered Numpad keys. Then, pressing a numbered key will instantly Minimise or Restore the window that key is linked to. Use the heretofore-ignored powah of your Numpad to shuffle multiple windows more efficiently!
Some windows, instead of minimising to the taskbar properly, will shrink themselves down into the corner of the screen, almost like in Cascading Window display mode. This is behaviour peculiar to that program, and not something Mr. Window Manager has control over. The same behaviour happens if you try to use Win+Down to minimise that window.
For windows such as those it did work to force Minimising through PostMessage, but it made them impossible for the script to Restore again by any means other than clicking on them directly. Therefore I have stuck with the method which delivers better compatibility.
v2b: Added a custom icon to the .exe only (stock icon from Windows 7). Unfortunately cannot add it to the source .ahk. Makes it easier to spot Mr Window Manager when running other Autohotkey scripts (all AHK scripts have the same default icon, so when trying to close scripts aside from Mr Window Manager you used to have to hover over each one and read the tooltip to make sure).
v2: Changed the method of remembering windows so that even if the window title changed (like when changing tabs in Firefox or reading a new email) Mr Window Manager would still be able to Minimise/Restore the window. Also increased the length of the Window Title being listed when pressing NumpadDel, from 15 characters up to 23.
v1.1: Changed the method of Restoring windows to ensure the Restored window is in focus.
v1: Initial release.