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Question: Thanks! I think I don't understand the meaning of "is raised". Is the window set to currently or always on top of others? If its the former why we do call gdk_window_set_keep_above(). If the latter why on_deactivate() is called within GDK_FOCUS_CHANGE (which makes my window not obey "always on top") ?
Asked by proxy (153.92.127.x) on February 3 2018, 8:59am
Reply on February 3 2018, 1:50pm:
    It's not meant to be similar to WS_EX_TOPMOST -- it's primarily designed for internal use to keep modal windows above various other windows.

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