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when I'm at work I plug in a secondary monitor into my lapto

when I'm at work I plug in a secondary monitor into my lapto

Postby rupin_kaur » Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:28 pm

when I'm at work I plug in a secondary monitor into my laptop, and move the w-edit window to that screen. but when I came home today and ran t-spice, I didn\'t have a secondary monitor to plug in, and w-edit is now opening on a phantom secondary screen that I cannot access. I don\'t know how to bring it back over. other software I use first checks to see how many displays I have and if the secondary display is missing, they default to opening on the primary display.
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Re: when I'm at work I plug in a secondary monitor into my l

Postby value_ic » Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:29 pm

I believe this is more of a Windows issue and not W-Edit. It appears that, when you are using a single monitor, the display settings are still setup to dual Monitor settings. Change the multiple display setting to use single monitor and this should bring all the windows to single monitor. Alternately, select the window (in taskbar) you want move over, then use “Windows” key on your keyboard along with the arrow key to move it by half window (single press) or by full window (2 presses) in the direction you want to move. Make sure to select the window first.
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