Can such a thing "easily" be changed into making my Explorer window always open with the size 85% x 87.25%, or do I need something entirely different ? I think I probably have too many 'add-ons' and things; my Vista Explorer simply refuses to remember any other size than the wrong one!
Do you want something to change the window size when you press a hotkey or launch something at the size?
If you have the 1.0 version of Toggle, set the percentages, and use the WinTitle [ACTIVE] in brackets just as I've typed it. Then the hotkey should toggle the active window no matter what it is. (Of course you should only use it with one window or windows will end up directly on top of each other eventually.)
If you want something to automatically resize explorer when it comes up let me know. The [ACTIVE] gimmick would be the quickest thing to try though.
With the newer version of Toggle it doesn't accept percentages but you could still use [ACTIVE] and just drag the explorer window to the size you want and hit the hotkey to save it.
If neither approach does it, give a bit more detail what you want. It should be an easy one since I have a couple of programs that watch explorer windows anyway. It would just be adapting.
edit: you could also use this WinTitle [class:CabinetWClass]
in the brackets as typed. Then it would only Toggle the last active Explorer window. Still, you're likely to end up with windows directly on top of each other. You could also try it directly with rw.exe
rw 85 87 [class:CabinetWClass]
after explorer is open.
(assuming rw.exe is in your Path)