Always on top toggle
Krezz-z last edited by
Was this ever implemented? I cannot seem to find it.
If it has yet to be implemented then I would like to reopen the suggestion.
This feature would be a nice quality of life update for the userbase.
The previous post used Visual Studio as an example for when this would be necessary.
However the same is true for many other programs. What has me here today is Unity.
Unity takes up both of my monitors.
This is a problem because I am attempting to follow a Unity tutorial while I work.
However, as soon as I perform a function on Unity, it forces Opera GX to the background.
Other use cases were mentioned in the previous post, so they do not need to be reiterated.
I implore other users to reply with their own uses for such a feature.
Thank you for your time,
PikkieWyn last edited by
I've also been searching for a way to do this. It feels odd that such a common feature has been missing for so long- seems it's become a niche requirement
Usually I can work around an application not having the option easily accessible by using my window manager, but Opera's window isn't recognized as a native window so that's not an option for me either.
This is one of those settings that you don't miss until you need it, and incredibly frustrating if it's not there once you do haha.
Opera, in my experience, is far superior in overall experience and features when compared against the competitors, so I'm not moving to another browser because of this, but I'll definitely add my vote for this feature.
I'm sure there are dozens more who would agree
thelittlebrowserthatcould last edited by
@krezz-z I'm kicking myself for only just discovering that, in Linux, I can use Alt+Space then T (or an appropriate click) to accomplish what I usually do via a right click access to the context menu in every other application I can think of.
I used a small app for years with Windows. Apparently, one current way is to install Microsoft PowerToys and press Windows+Ctrl+T to pin the application in focus on top.