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Topic: «Single window present on both virtual desktops » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 716
 
qboo q
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Posted: 28.10.2015 18:34:30
 
 
Hello,

Iam having issues with having 1 program/window opened in one virtual desktop that is also present in second desktop. Its a wrong behaviour for me as I only want to have this particular program opened only on first virtual desktop.

For example, when I open VisualStudio in 1st desktop everything seems fine its only present in this one desktop. After a while like 10-30 mins its also present in second desktop too.

Iam running Windows 7 x64,

Window problems:
VisualStudio 2015,
CommandPrompt

ActualVirtualDesktops 8.6
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 29.10.2015 18:05:06
 
 
Hello, qboo q.

Do you mean the problem you've described appears identically for both Visual Studio 2015 and Windows Command Prompt?

Have you noticed what actions lead to appearing of these windows on second virtual desktop?
 
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qboo q
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Posted: 29.10.2015 18:26:32
 
 
I found that, when I open VS2015 on 1st desktop everything is fine. But when I go to VisualStudio Menu -> View -> Any Window and then move it to second monitor then VS2015 pops out on 2nd virtual desktop( I can see that on Virtual Desktops Switcher ). For having taskbar on 2nd monitor I also use your product: Actual Multiple Monitors 8.6.
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 09.11.2015 21:02:13
 
 
Hello qboo q.

The problem has been confirmed. But it is triggered not by the movement of inner window of Visual Studio to the 2nd monitor. It is triggered by undocking of any inner (tool or document) window from the main Visual Studio window.

We'll try to fix it.

Best regards.
 
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qboo q
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Posted: 10.11.2015 15:30:15
 
 
Great news!

I will wait for the fix, thanks in advance
 
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