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I use openbox window manager.
to keep a window always on top...
I right click on the title bar and select

 Layer ---> Always On Top

is there a way to do this via command line ?

Reason I am asking is.. I need to automatically do it on boot.
(when desktop loads )

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  • This is done by the X Windowing system. I'm sure there is a little application somewhere but if you want to cut/paste/compile your own which will put your application on top, here's a link -> stackoverflow.com/questions/20733215/… Feb 17, 2017 at 21:50

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It is possible to assign per-application settings with openbox as detailed in http://openbox.org/wiki/Help:Applications. There's also some good documentation about it in the default system-wide configuration file /etc/xdg/openbox/rc.xml.

Look for the <applications> section in ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml

<applications>
    ...
    <application name="EXAMPLE">
        <layer>above</layer>
    </application>
    ...
</applications>

You can use xprop to find the NAME or CLASS of your window.

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