Specific Settings - Window no Longer Opens on Wrong Display
There is ability of creation specific rules (exclusions) for any window \ application in Actual Multiple Monitors. This feature allows avoid bugs and conflicts of software when working with Actual Multiple Monitors. With help of these rules you can set specified monitor where any window will run.
2. Example of a rule creation
Look how to create a rule step by step:
- Open Actual Multiple Monitors configuration, select point ‘Window Settings’ and tab ‘Specific settings’.
- Create new rule.
- Rename the rule and appoint an application (or window).
- Next, set necessary parameters for moving windows at start up: Place Target Window Automatically to -> Exactly specified Monitor #
It is very easy to create rules for applications, which often are using. For example, you can create rules for each instruments window of Visual Studion individually. Thus the coding window will be run on the primary monitor and all instruments windows will be run on secondary monitor.
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