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I've looked at and tried solutions to similar questions but doesn't seem to work with my combination of IE9 on Windows 7. It just seems IE9 ignores any attempt to change its always-on-top property.

Any solution is much appreciated.

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marked as duplicate by Kevin Panko, music2myear, CharlieRB, Mokubai Oct 9 '14 at 21:59

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For the case there wouldn't be a clean built-in solution,
I suggest you this AutoHotKey program: Always-on-top

  • launch the utility
  • select a window
  • press Ctrl + Space to stick that window in the front.

The program code is a one-liner ^SPACE:: Winset, Alwaysontop, , A

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Works like a charm. Thanks. – mchen Dec 27 '12 at 14:52

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