The fact of running on top of all other applications is just a configuration of the X-Window window the application is running in. Just click on the window configuration button in your clock-application, look for "Advanced" and choose "Keep above others" from the menu. The window will stay on top. But I don't know if openoffice overrules that, but you might try. Best, Rigo Am Friday 07 October 2005 12:21 verlautbarte Bob Alexander : > Still cannot find a timer which overlays any other application (to > run on top of the full screen openoffice presentation).
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