Is there any way to operate programs in F9 mode?

OrlandoTragic

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May 13, 2007
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I basically want to be able to navigate websites while watching a movie and stuff.

When I F9 now, I get this view, but the second I want to click on the website, it brings it back into the forefront.

I want to be able to keep several windows in full view at all times?
Is this at ALL possible?
 

NickD

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Mar 25, 2007
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It should be. When I go into Expose mode, all windows stay revealed until I tell them to go back. Is this what you're asking about, or did I misinterpret?

NickD
 

OrlandoTragic

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Well, I want to be able to see my movie playing while browsing the internet, in two seperate windows, but both visible at the same time.
 

motulist

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If you use VLC to watch your videos, just select the "always on top" option. then the video will always be in front of all other open windows, regardless of which application is active. That's what I do.
 

ktbubster

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Jan 20, 2007
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ummm.. i'm very confused about your problem... can't you just put your movie into windowed mode and size it to fit next to whatever you are browsing on the internet? ... scale your windows down to both fit? What exactly is the problem here?
 

kinesin

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Jun 10, 2006
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Download Afloat from version tracker.

It places a 'always on top' option into the menus, a great for solution for what you are looking for. I had similar issues while watching the live IronMan web stream and found this software.