Photoshop: Is there a way to keep Tool Bar panel in front of other panels?

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in a perfect world the tool pallet would not be behind anything, in fact it would be on top of all, since its more important then anything else on the stage and needs to be available and viable 99% of the time for one to do anything.
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If the Tool bar is docked in the Application Frame then any floating panel will be in front of the tool bar.

You can either turn off the Application Frame (Window>Application Frame) or undock the Tool Bar from from the Application frame.

When the Tool Bar and other panels are floating and overlapping, whatever panel was last used becomes the front most panel/window.