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    Always On Top For Firefox

    Always On Top For Firefox Average ratng: 5,5/10 2540votes

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    Very simple 'Always on top' extension implements equally simple functionality - it allows you to add 'Always on top' style for your Firefox window. Be careful with old versions! These versions are displayed for reference and testing purposes. Paint Shop Pro 9 Full Version. You should always use the latest version of an add-on. When I want to bring my messenger soft, or video application or any other thing on my computer on top of Firefox it doesn't happen, because I don't know how but on my Firefox was activated always on top function.

    With name strWindowName: This functionality is not valid for all browsers and more with variable conditions. Firefox (50.0.1) functions as described: from the same domain+port reopen with same name will access the previously created window. Google Chrome (55.0.2883.87 m ) on the other hand will do it only from the same parent (as if the window was created dependent, which is the 'opener'). This is a wide limitation and generates unbelievable complexity of development. Firefox (51.) gets the handle but cannot run any Element.focus() while Chrome can run focus() from opener to child but not between siblings nor, reverse, from child to opener. This function is the lonely key to get back the handle on a window if the developer has access only to its name (the name can be saved with cookies or local storage but not the window object handle). For now the differencies of behavior found recently have not still been tested for others Browsers.

    Window features strWindowFeatures is an optional string containing a comma-separated list of requested features of the new window. After a window is opened, JavaScript can't be used to change the features. If strWindowName does not specify an existing window and the strWindowFeatures parameter is not provided (or if the strWindowFeatures parameter is an empty string), then the new secondary window will render the default toolbars of the main window. If the strWindowFeatures parameter is used and no size features are defined, then the new window dimensions will be the same as the dimensions of the most recently rendered window. If the strWindowFeatures parameter is used and if no position features are defined, then the left and top coordinates of the new window dimension will be 22 pixels from where the most recently rendered window was. An offset is universally implemented by browser manufacturers (it is 29 pixels in IE6 SP2 with the default theme) and its purpose is to help users to notice new windows opening.

    If the most recently used window was maximized, then there is no offset: the new window will be maximized as well. If the strWindowFeatures parameter is used, the features that are not listed will be disabled or removed (except titlebar and close, which are by default yes). Left Specifies the distance the new window is placed from the left side of the work area for applications of the user's operating system to the leftmost border (resizing handle) of the browser window. The new window can not be initially positioned offscreen.

    Supported in:,,,,, top Specifies the distance the new window is placed from the top side of the work area for applications of the user's operating system to the topmost border (resizing handle) of the browser window. The new window can not be initially positioned offscreen. Supported in:,,,,, height Specifies the height of the content area, viewing area of the new secondary window in pixels. The height value includes the height of the horizontal scrollbar if present.

    The minimum required value is 100. Supported in:,,,,, width Specifies the width of the content area, viewing area of the new secondary window in pixels. The width value includes the width of the vertical scrollbar if present. The width value does not include the sidebar if it is expanded.

    The minimum required value is 100. Supported in:,,,,, screenX Deprecated. Same as but only supported by Netscape and Mozilla-based browsers. Supported in:,,, screenY Deprecated.

    Same as but only supported by Netscape and Mozilla-based browsers. Supported in:,,, centerscreen Centers the window in relation to its parent's size and position. Requires chrome=yes. OuterHeight Specifies the height of the whole browser window in pixels. This outerHeight value includes any/all present toolbar, window horizontal scrollbar (if present) and top and bottom window resizing borders. Minimal required value is 100. Note: since titlebar is always rendered, then requesting outerHeight=100 will make the innerHeight of the browser window under the minimal 100 pixels.

    Supported in:,,, outerWidth Specifies the width of the whole browser window in pixels. This outerWidth value includes the window vertical scrollbar (if present) and left and right window resizing borders. Windows Media Player 12 64 Bit. Supported in:,,, innerHeight Same as but only supported by Netscape and Mozilla-based browsers. Specifies the height of the content area, viewing area of the new secondary window in pixels. The innerHeight value includes the height of the horizontal scrollbar if present. Minimal required value is 100. Supported in:,,, innerWidth Same as but only supported by Netscape and Mozilla-based browsers.