How to create a hotkey for “always on top” window on Linux

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Currently there is no “always on top” button for windows on XFCE Desktop Enviroment, there is a option to make the window always on top but only accessible through a window menu. Such button is on a wish list for future XFCE improvements… until then what we can do is create a keyboard shortcut for executing a command terminal that puts the current focused window always on top of all others.

Go to Keyboard Preferences and create a shortcut that runs the following command:

wmctrl -r :ACTIVE: -b toggle,above


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