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Dan Gräns
Dan Gräns
333 Points

Every time I click on the Teamtreehouse page, my workspace gets positioned behind Firefox. How do I keep it in front?

Pretty much what I wrote above. I have the same problems in Photoshop. I guess I need to change some preferences. Please help :)

Adrian Adr
Adrian Adr
9,268 Points

Maybe is your browser that get positioned in front of any other program. :)

Hello,

  I would suggest making sure you have both windows shrunk, then also have clicked on them both. Simple...just make sure you shrink both windows to fit your computer screen.

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Dan Gräns
Dan Gräns
333 Points

Hi guys, I found that the best solution was to download an app called HyperDock, which enables you to snap two windows side by side. Now I have my tutorial to the left and my workspace to the right. Thanks for your quick replies!