Since farr still doesn't have internal commands, i made this small script for myself, and decided to post it here.
Using ctrl+space to bring up farr can be a problem, for example, the selection in emacs won't work, since it's bound to that same key, and also, you can't select various items in explorer, by pressing ctrl+space.
I configure it like this: Add it to farr's directory of scripts.
Then, when i want to use ctrl+space, i press ctrl+space to bring up farr, and i type exit[enter], to execute this script.
The script closes farr, and keeps itself in the tray.
It creates a hotkey, so that when i press [windows key]+F, it runs farr, and exits.
It's just an easy way of being able to use ctrl+space, and still be able to call farr up real fast again, since farr is all about speed and productivity
(.ahk file attached, .rar contains .ahk and .exe)