Afloat is a Cocoa plug-in that adds "Keep Floating" (always-on-top) and "Make Transparent" commands for all windows in all Cocoa applications.
Required OS: 10.6
This is SO good! Thanks !
I love this tweak
Here is how to run Afloat in Snow Leopard:
here is a link to the last compatible version of afloat for 10.4:
it's still working great on my mbp running 10.4.11.
I love it!!
Opening this dialog at random times instead of when the user is actively using it is really obnoxious, so I didn't wait for a second dialog before uninstalling it - the "Maybe later" button made it clear that I'd be seeing this dialog pop up at random again, probably ruining a movie or a game.
The donation nag should appear twice and no more. If this doesn't happen, it's a bug and you should contact me -- it's obviously something I want to fix.
Nagware, not freeware.
Every so often this plug-in will open a "please donate" dialog (even if you're not currently using its functionality), possibly at very inconvenient times - I uninstalled it for this reason.
Does anybody have the 1.0b3, that seems to work well with 10.4 please?
(It doesn't seem to be available for download anymore.)
http://infinite-labs.net/afloat/ has a pubic beta of Afloat 2 for Leopard going on right now. Due to abuse (I won't name names in their entirety, cough*mac*cough*ate*cough) registration is required, but it doesn't take long.
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