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Discussion in 'macOS Sierra (10.12)' started by macirion, Aug 2, 2017.
I assume others have noticed this -did it just happen with the last sierra update?
Mine doesn't. Wish it did.
I'm running OS 10.12.6 on a 2009 macpro 4.1 updated to 5.1 . How about you?
Running 10.12.6 on a 2016 MacBook Pro and 2017 iMac. Doesn't stay on top on either.
Totally strange.I do have the Always On Top Calculator installed but have had it a long time and the mac calculator never stayed on top till the most recent os update. Maybe there are plst that got interchaned.
I'm using the stock calculator so that may be the reason.
What I am saying is my stock calculator now stays on top.