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How to keep an app's window always on top of others in Swift?

question macOS swift
Ram Patra Published on August 6, 2020
SDK - macOS 10.13+

Before launching the window, just use the appropriate window level, and you’re done.

For example,

window.level = NSWindow.Level.popUpMenu

Or, if you want a higher level:

window.level = NSWindow.Level.screenSaver

You can see all the window levels on Apple Documentation page.

Ram Patra Published on August 6, 2020
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