Just a question 'bout pins

I don't know if I'm supposed to leave that text below the scroll and read command... So I did.

My question is, if I'm on a website and I want to take notes, can I pin Joplin to stay on top?

Right now I highlight something to copy, paste it in Joplin, find something else to copy and when I click to highlight Joplin goes to the back. So I highlight the text, go to the taskbar to open Joplin again, paste it in, repeat.

I know I can split the window but I don't want to do that. I want the full page and my notes on top so I can easily go back and forth.

I don't know if this question goes here. If there's a better place kindly let me know for next time.

Since I'm not complaining about anything I don't think you need the version number.

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Would the Webclipper be some help for you? Joplin Web Clipper | Joplin

Which operating System do you have? (Windows, Linux, Mac?)
Under Windows there are plenty of programs that can pin apps to the top, like Microsoft PowerToys.

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If you are on Windows, Microsoft has free software called Power Tools. It has loads of good stuff. One is the ability to keep one window always on top. Works great.

I doubt Joplin could implement this since it might be different for each operating system. But I'm just guessing.

On Linux, specifically Kubuntu / KDE, right-click on the window title bar. Select "More Actions" and then "Keep Above Others". Other distros may have something similar.

kubuntu

Edit:

For Linux Mint and Ubuntu you can right-click on the title bar and select the option "Always on Top"

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