David Neary <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> The common answer to this is "this is a window manager issue". We
> don't actually decide where windows get placed on the screen, or
> how, aside from doing things "properly" with respect to WM hints
> and session properties.
> So you should check with your window manager to see if there is a
> way to indicate that a particular window will always stay on top.
> That said, I can't find such an option on mine...
I suggest to use Sawfish since it has very good support for applying
individual rules based on sophisticated window matching. And it even
has a user interface for this. I never had to edit any config files
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