This script which I did not write but got help with on the r/autohotkey subreddit was inspired by this functionality in TotalFinder that I use when I'm on OSX.
Of course, it's not quite the same with the animations and sliding back down when losing focus but it's essentially a quick way to open or close or bring into focus a single Directory Opus window all with the same key command. I used autohotkey for this but getting some built-in functionality in dopus (kind of like the visor function in Total Finder) would be ideal IMO.
Anyway, here is the autohotkey script. I used ALT-D for my shortcut. If there is no open window it will open Directory Opus using the "Win-E" launch settings. I set mine to use a default lister and then set the default lister to update with every close so that I can pick up where I left off using this shortcut. If I want a specific layout I use a different shortcut or change it in the app. If the window is open but not focused it will focus it and if the window is open and focused it will minimize it. If minimized, it will restore it. dopus.txt (491 Bytes)