I'm trying to use DesktopCoral with Rainmeter, but because I'm a convertible tablet user, I have odd needs. Basically, I need to move the reserved area depending on the screen orientation (landscape vs. portrait), and resize it based on that orientation as well.
If I could give DesktopCoral command-line parameters to set the size, location, docking, etc, then I could have a sidebar when in landscape mode, and a top bar in portrait mode (without having to go into DesktopCoral settings)...
The biggest challenge might be changing the current instance instead of creating a second one (ie, now when I run it twice I get two copies).
Actually, multiple instances would be nice too (but less critical) - there could be an ID given at the command line, and if it matches an active instance, it changes that instance. If it doesn't, it creates a new instance with those parameters.
Anyway, this would be very helpful to me, and probably other Tablet users as well.