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Re: Making the command console stay on top

There are probably better, or more Cygwin-specific ways to do this, but
these (and many others) came up in a quick Google search:


On 11/15/2005 5:03 PM, Terry Dabbs wrote:
> I have an application written and compiled using gcc and ncurses (for
> the colors), in the cygwin environment. This application gets
> information from a database, and displays it to an operator running a
> machine telling them what program to input (among other things).
> The problem is that when they go to enter the program name, the console
> window immediately falls behind that of the application they are
> entering the data into, and they can't read it.
> I'm using a shortcut to start this, and the level of display of the
> window is not one of the options. Does anyone (that will answer) know a
> way to start this window with the attributes needed so it will not be
> covered when another application is touched by the mouse?
> Thanks,
> Terry Dabbs

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