Doesn’t hide it, just shows it. I need to hide it if it’s the active app/window. (Preferably app, works with window as well.)
It’s for making notes on the same screen as I have a full-screen webpage showing on.
Edit: I’ll give you a for instance - right now I have three screens. One shows a lab task for a course I’m taking on Google Cloud, one shows a Slack window I have to have showing because I’m monitoring something, and the third shows a Google Gloud lab instance for the lab task. Basically I’m reading off of one monitor, and working on the main monitor - mainly in the cloud shell which is a tiny window with an SSH connection to a Linux box. But I keep having to make notes of IP addresses and the like for use later, and I don’t want to use the mouse more than necessary, so I want to hit hyper± (for instance) to make tot show, then type the IP address, then hyper± again so it goes away, and then keep working like it never happened.
Obviously I can use alt-tab instead of hyper± both the first and second time, but for some reason this is “wrong” for me in the same way as storing a PDF file I’ve downloaded for printing outside of the Download folder.