Sunday, January 7, 2018

Easily staying afloat on High Sierra

Whenever I use Mac I always miss "Always On Top" functionality for my windows. Don't ask me why up until today MacOS stubbornly refuses to add this functionality. Afloat is the closest I have found to make this work on Mac (though not all windows works)

The last time I tried installing Afloat, I had to slaughter a chicken and dance with it's blood smeared all over my body in the cold moonlight ... to make it work so this time when I my mini could not boot up anymore, I had to look find the way to install it again and I was filled with dread.  There are a few guides on getting it to work and a lot of them did not work or worked for earlier versions not the latest High Sierra. Finally I found this: https://www.maketecheasier.com/mac-keeping-your-application-window-always-on-top/

It's the easier to do, though you still probably have to reboot and disable System Integrity Protection on Mac. So finally it's working again ...

 Yayy ! Back to pretending to do something productive. 
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