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I'm trying to make my onboard hide/show with a keyboard shortcut (I know ironic, please don't ask why). However I couldn't find a way to do it in their manual, it only shows programs that are windowed programs that can go to tray. However onboard is completely tray program it doesn't have a window name, is it possible to work around that with wmctrl?

I tried to find it with $ wmctrl -l but it didn't show up then I tried $ wmctrl -r "onboard" -b toggle,shaded which not surprisingly didn't work either.

I'm using Linux Mint with Cinnamon.

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