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Topic: «Automatically move window , Move window to where its taskbar shortcut was clicked » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 2221
 
Eugene Grunby
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Posted: 03/04/2014 06:18:45
 
 
Clicking the shortcut on a mirrored taskbar, does not necessarily cause the selected application to appear on the display having this taskbar. In these cases, it is necessary to manually move the window to this display. For example, if the mirrored taskbar is used to restore the window size, the action on the window will occur on the display where the window is currently active, not where I have clicked. I would like the image to be moved to the display where the mirrored taskbar was used. My motivation is that clicking on a shortcut on a mirrored taskbar, implies that I intend to now work with this window on the display that I am currently using.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 03/05/2014 17:57:25
 
 
Hello Eugene,

Thanks for the post.

You should go to "Actual Multiple Monitors -> Window Settings -> Default Settings -> Startup" tab and set the "Move at startup to monitor" option = "Having mouse pointer".
It should fit your needs.

Best regards.
 
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