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|0002589||SpeedFan||User interface||public||2016-12-21 20:01||2016-12-21 20:01|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||4.51 beta|
|Summary||0002589: Child windows are not centered correctly on multiple display configuration|
|Description||I have two displays connected to the mainboard (DVI+HDMI). When I press the "Configure" button, the new window is opened outside the current display and is not accessible. It seems that the newly created window is centered not with respect to the current display where the main window is shown, but to the whole virtual screen that contains both displays.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Install the program, run it, press "Configure" button.|
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|Motherboard Model||ASUS H97-PRO|
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|Attached Files|| Untitled.jpg [^] (49,784 bytes) 2014-08-27 16:14
|These are not centered at all. Even in single monitor mode.|
|Child windows seem to be centered the first time they are displayed. After that their position is memorized.|
I changed this behaviour and now it opens at the center of the main form.
eugnsp is correct: the position is stored for later openings.
Should I disable this feature?
|Ok. It no longer stores its position. Now it alwasy opens centered with the main window.|
>Should I disable this feature?
I would suggest to keep it. This is a useful feature.
|2016-12-21 20:01||09876ggddzz||New Issue|
|2016-12-21 20:01||09876ggddzz||Issue generated from: 0002295|
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