Is it possible to write a batch or a simple program which hides a terminal "outside" the screen on a border (let's say right side) and when mouse coodrinates are equal to screen width-1 the terminal moves left till it's entirely visible? It should not be re-opened, just start at startup (as administrator) and stay there. Possibly with a fixed width, no chance of resizing the border, no topbar, no chance of moving it. Just sliding inside/outside right border. It's hard to do? It's possible? How to?
(note: my programming knowledge is limited to essential c++ terminal without interacting with Windows, some java and plenty of gml, but gml is not made to interact with outside world unfortunatelly)