Window Positioning Bug? [WORKAROUND]

xbury.cs at clearstream.com xbury.cs at clearstream.com
Wed Jul 13 09:23:22 EDT 2005


Guys,

Also, once you select the window, type alt-space - (the menu of the window 
(topleft corner) will
drop down, and all you need is to type M (as in "Move) and then use the 
arrows to put it back
where you want it. Type C to close the darn thing ;)

set the loc of this stack to 100,100 -- (or the mouseloc) should work 
also...

cheers
Xav

On 13.07.2005 15:19:57 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>Charles,
>
>I don't know about Mac, but in the case of Windows, and only for screens
>with a title bar, that show up in the Taskbar (Documentation window has 
one,
>Application Browser doesn't), you can right click on the window in your
>Taskbar and select Move, and then use the appropriate cursor keys to inch
>the window back on to your main monitor, from a monitor that has been
>removed.
>
>Now I suppose, if somebody knows the names of the Application Browser and
>Reference Documentation stacks, you could use your Message Box to set 
their
>Locations back to your main monitor. Anyone?
>
>Jim
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Charles Hartman [mailto:charles.hartman at conncoll.edu]
>Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2005 2:06 AM
>To: yoursignup at yahoo.com; How to use Revolution
>Subject: Re: Window Positioning Bug? [WORKAROUND]
>
>
>
>
>On Jul 13, 2005, at 7:40 AM, Jim Bufalini wrote:
>
>
>This raises a second question, though. I run two monitors. How does Rev
>
>address the second or more monitors (I believe the limit software wise
>in
>
>WinXP is 9 monitors)? I notice, for example that the Documentation
>screen
>
>reliably comes back, where I left it, on my second screen.
>
>
>
>
>Yes -- what it does _not_ do is come back (at all!) if it last appeared 
on
>the second screen and if the second screen was since disconnected. So --
>
>
>But, the
>
>Application Browser never returns to the second screen.
>
>
>
>
>-- Rev seems to have a general problem with second displays on Mac.
>
>
>I should mention, my
>
>two screens have different resolutions, which is not uncommon.
>
>
>
>
>
>Charles Hartman
>Professor of English, Poet in Residence
>Connecticut College
>charles.hartman at conncoll.edu
>*the Scandroid* is at cherry.conncoll.edu/cohar/Programs.htm
>
>
>
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