I remember that old nView program, haha. They stopped packaging it with the GeForce cards after XP in order to help differentiate their Quadro cards.
I heard that it was due to an OS incompatibility - it would take a full rewrite. But you're right: they do still package it w/the Quadras. And FWIW, you can add a "/force" to the nView installer and get it to install for any nVidia card. I'd still be thrilled
with it but it causes Windows Explorer to go wonky after about a day of normal use.
Hence my hunt for a new desk manager.
As a matter of fact, the ability to make a particular window sticky does exist. Simply focus the window and press the "Window Menu" hotkey, which is Win + W by default. A menu should pop up, and you can select "Make this window sticky" from the options.
There are a bunch of other useful options there too, such as pinning processes to desktops without setting up a rule, and more.
Ah. Didn't even try the window menu until just now. That seems to work so far - thanks.
Any chance to get sticky windows saved across reboots? Maybe a window menu option to "Permanently stick this window" once it's sticky?
As far as the bug in the options window where unchecking hotkeys does not leave them unchecked, that's a known issue I had forgotten about before the last release. I'll get it fixed for the next release. In the meantime, if you want to disable a hotkey,
simply uncheck the Win, Shift, Control, and Alt checkboxes for it.
Yeah, it's not a huge deal; more of an annoyance. Also, when Finestra restarts after a config change, I always get the hotkey complaint, even if I haven't changed hot keys. Dunno if it's related.
When's the next version due out?