Re: How do I overlay the Gnome Panel?

Robert Borger <> writes:
> We want to use the entire screen for an embedded application and need
> our window to be on top of the Gnome panel.  When our application is
> minimized and restored it does overlay the Gnome panel.  Can do I build
> my window so that it is always on top?
> We would like to hide the cursor as well.

Jacob answered the question, but for embedded applications you can
also simply not run the GNOME panel I would imagine (I'm having
trouble thinking of why you would want it there for a kiosk or set-top
sort of thing).


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