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From my repository at https://winsourcecode.blogspot.com/2019/05/topmostexe-set-window-on-top-or-not.html Copy the two text files to the same folder. Their names are in the first line of both files. Double click the batch file to build it. TopMost.exe set a window on top or not Echo TopMost.bat @Echo Off Echo This file compiles TopMost.vb to TopMost....


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This is kinda far from ideal, but it is possible to manually drag a window using "Mouse Keys": https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/control-the-pointer-using-mouse-keys-mh27469/mac You can move the cursor to the windows title bar and hold down "5" just like a mouse left click button, and then while holding "5" can use the other numbers to drag it. It's ...


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