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Yes, there is a key combo which triggers it, SHIFT + COMMAND + F. Screenshot Below: For me it works perfectly fine on 10.10.1 Yosemite. Screenshot Below: This feature was added in version 0.8.2. Release Notes Below: Floating Window ( View > Toggle Floating shift+⌘F ), make Window always floating on top of other apps.
Since you don't have a trackpad active, you may need to borrow an Apple trackpad simply to change the setting in System Preferences. If not, this might work: defaults write com.apple.driver.AppleBluetoothMultitouch.trackpad TrackpadFourFingerPinchGesture -int 0 Setting this value to 0 should disable the setting. Again, I'm not sure if this will work with ...
Go to System Preferences → Users & Groups and right click on your user. It will appear an Avanced Options menu. Then replace Home Directory with /Users/new_name. Logout and login again and should appear all your stuff.
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