Master Effects Window ALWAYS on top

Master effects listing can’t be covered

It appears that the little Master effects listing window is designed to be on top of anything and everything in Windows. As I am writing this posting using a full screen session of a web browser, the Master effects window is right on top of it. I agree that it should be on top of the n-track window, but maybe not on top of everything running on the computer.

You can close that little effects list window. The effects that you have chosen will still remain in the insert for whatever channel/track you are dealing with.
To bring the list back up, simply click in the insert area.
If for some reason you like having those little windows up, minimize the main n-Track window to the task bar while working in another application.