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RE: Making the command console stay on top

Thank you, Ehud!

You just saved me from writing a GUI that I didn't really have time to
Yes, this one works on console windows, you can name the object you want
to float,
And limit it just to that, and it works if you start it before or after
the application.


-----Original Message-----

On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 10:44:21 -0600, Terry Dabbs  wrote:
> The problem with each of these is that it requires the operator to 
> physically select the window which is to remain on top, or with 
> LaunchOnTop, it doesn't work with the windows console window (The 
> "command prompt").
>      ....                                                   so I will
> not make them fumble around with the mouse, which is required by the 
> above mentioned programs.

Check the "PowerMenu" by Thong Nguyen. It is free of charge (but no
source) and has command line options that will do what you want.
It is at:


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