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Topic: «Multiple Window Instances , Allow handling of multiple instances of "identical" windows » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 805
 
DesertDwarf
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Posted: 24.12.2016 01:00:39
 
 
You said you'd consider it as a feature request in response to a "how do I..." query. I thought I'd document it over here.

I'm requesting the ability to optionally specify 1st, 2nd, 3rd, instances of a identical windows. In my work flow, I am sometimes running two reports per student for a batch of students. Each report pops up its own dialog. To make this less painful, I'll open two browser windows to the same site, in browser window 1, I leave the first report dialog open. In browser window 2, I leave the second report dialog open. Now I can switch from student to student, running the report for in each of the two browser windows. (Fortunately, the report dialogs stay open after running the report.)

When I do this manually, I position the second browser window to top-left while the first one is bottom-right. I've defined a rule for the browser window to be bottom-right, but it would be nice to have an option that allows me to specify that this is the 2nd instance of a window and have it apply the monitor/position stuff for this instance separate from the 1st instance.

I understand there's an inherent limitation/confusion in the fact of deciding which window is first and which one is second if they are already both there (such as trying the reapply the rules). I don't know how you can handle that. :-/

Good luck!
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 08.01.2017 12:13:30
 
 
Hello, DesertDwarf

Your feature request has been added to our list of feature requests at the time when you posted in the previous topic.

Best regards.
 
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