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Have you looked at CLFSWM? It is hierarchical tiling wm, each frame can contain any other frames (windows), and each of them could be the current root (fullscreen window) Here some of it's features are shown: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv0UQR-5ZLs
This is not possible with i3 as i3 uses (only) xembed to implement tray icons, which does not allow for multiple icons of the same application. There is also a newer specification (Status Notifier) that allows for multiple icons, but it is not part of i3 and even then it would depend on support from the actual application to use it.
TaskLayout is a small portable Windows utility which allows to save/restore the desktop layout(a set of specified apps/windows with corresponding position on screen) in a single click. This Youtube video shows how it works
In Ubuntu 14 work for me Ctrl + Super + Up to maximize. Ctrl + Super + Down to minimize. Super aka Windows Key
Well, I did a bit of digging, it looks like you can grab the state of the fullscreen toggle using xprop pretty easily. Prior to executing wmctrl -r '$title' -b toggle,fullscreen the output of xprop -name '$title' has the variable _NET_WM_STATE(ATOM) = undefined. After executing, that variable reads as follows: _NET_WM_STATE(ATOM) = _NET_WM_STATE_FULLSCREEN ...
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