Google Chrome - Always on top

OK, Google Chrome needs an “Always on top” option for Windows (indeed Windows needs that option for all applications).

Installing AutoHotKey and running this AutoHotKey script, you will be able to put any window on top (with 80% of opacity) pressing just WinKey+O key when you’ve the window active. Here is the script just for reference:


  • You can change #o:: in the first line with other key if you want (e.g. #g:: will be WinKey+G key instead of WinKey+O)
  • You can change 204 with other level of opacity (0 is completely transparent, 255 is completely opaque)


 27 March 2011 | tips usability english