The four finger swipe on the trackpad works - that is the same as hitting the expose F3 key and puts all my open windows, minimized or not, as not-really-thumbnails spread out on the desktop.
Command-` cycles thru all the windows in one program, except any that are minimized.
Command-Tab cycles thru the last two windows used [I think] whichever program.
Both of those are useful sometimes.
Fn-Control-F4 is the closest to Alt-Tab in that it cycles thru all the open windows except not the ones minimized on the dock.
So the four finger swipe is the best way to find the window you want out of all the ones open. I configured so that if I put the cursor in the lower right corner of the screen I also get the "All Windows" expose effect. [System preference > Expose and Spaces]. That's quick when I'm using the mouse, but not when I'm using the keyboard. I'm not that good w/ the trackpad, and especially not when I'm just dropping my thumb to the trackpad to move the cursor.
I'd also like to configure a key combination like control-s, but the only options are single function keys or single control keys.
Edited by MaryBet82, 22 August 2010 - 12:33 PM.