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ALWAYSONTOP

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22 Jan 2010 (Updated )

ALWAYSONTOP adds a pushtool to the figure toolbar for the "Always on top"-option.

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ALWAYSONTOP(hFig)

ALWAYSONTOP('auto')
adds the pushtool to the each new created figure automatically.

ALWAYSONTOP('remove')
remove the automatically adding of pushtools to new figures.

See also: UISWITCHRENDERER (in FileExchange)

Acknowledgements

This file inspired Win On Top.

MATLAB release MATLAB 7.13 (R2011b)
Other requirements none
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Comments and Ratings (8)
18 Jun 2013 Igor

If someone is looking for a function to simply switch ALWAYS-ON-TOP property of a figure, without a button on a figure's toolbar, see those "Win On Top" submission I've uploaded (see "Acknowledgements" section above).

29 Apr 2013 LU

I tried with student version R2013, no error report, but it just does not work (figure not on the top).
Can you update it? it would be really helpful!

29 Apr 2013 LU

can you make an update? Thanks very much!!!

09 May 2012 per isakson

Thanks for a great tool. I was just reminded of how dependent on alwaysontop I've become. How do one modify or describe a diagram without seeing it? And thanks for the update!

01 Jan 2012 Jveer

Thank you for updating. I can confirm it works on R2011b and R2012a on both snow leopard and lion.

21 Dec 2011 Elmar Tarajan

updated and tested with R2012a - works!

26 Sep 2011 Jveer

Hello

This doesn't work with R2011b. I get the following error:

No appropriate method, property, or field fFigureClient for class
com.mathworks.hg.peer.HG1FigurePeer.

Error in alwaysontop>update_pushtool (line 67)
jf.fFigureClient.getWindow.setAlwaysOnTop(1)

Error while evaluating uipushtool ClickedCallback

Please update.

26 Jan 2010 Evgeni

The feature is very helpful for fast iterations in development process. It is better then just doking it into MATLAB environment as all settings are preserved and I can scale the figure as large as needed. Thank you Elmar!

Updates
21 Dec 2011

fixed bug in newer ML-version

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