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Whenever you have multiple windows open, is there a way to keep one window on top, or at the front of the others?

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    What desktop manager you use? – Braiam Feb 19 '14 at 2:45
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Right-click on the title bar of the window and select “Always On Top”.

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In Gnome some applications (like Vivaldi browser) override the official gnome window and as the result the rightclick does not work. In these cases you can press Alt+space to see the window menu and then you can click the "Always on Top" or use arrow keys and Enter key to select it.

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