While working with program stack Hide Master's work area contains the table
that holds all the information about the programs that were hidden by using hot-keys
combinations. Every new hidden window is added on the top of the stack. You can influence
hot-keys functioning by changing component's position in the stack. Hot-keys combinations
that restore the visibility of the program usually pull out the copy of the program that
is on the top of the stack. Hence, you can change the order of appearance of program's
copies from the stack.
The following information is available in the stack:
This column shows the name of the hidden program.
This column shows full path to the program, which window was hidden.
This column contains information about main window's class name of the hidden program.
This column contains text associated with a hidden window (usually its a window's title).
This column contains an information about window's current visibility state.
Window's system handle is shown in this column.
This column contains an information on system ID of the hidden process.
Time of hiding
This column contains information about the time, when the program was hidden.
This column contains hot-keys combination which was made hiding of the program.