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1  DonationCoder.com Software / DesktopCoral / Re: LATEST VERSION INFO THREAD - DesktopCoral - 1.10.01 - Jan 16, 2011 on: April 08, 2011, 02:32:06 PM
Actually, all you need to reproduce this is a secondary monitor. Disconnect the cable, and windows will automatically switch back to single screen. Reconnect it, and windows should go back to dual view and with any luck the issue should be reproduced.

Or I could test that for you smiley

Thanks a lot!  Thmbsup
2  DonationCoder.com Software / DesktopCoral / Re: LATEST VERSION INFO THREAD - DesktopCoral - 1.10.01 - Jan 16, 2011 on: April 08, 2011, 04:24:46 AM
I am struggling with what seems to be another small issue with Desktop Coral (v1.10.01).

I have a two monitor setup, where my primary monitor is my laptop screen, and secondary monitor is just an external LCD screen. My Desktop Coral is configured to dock to the right edge of my primary monitor, and that's working just fine. However, when I disconnect and reconnect the secondary monitor, Desktop Coral jumps to the right edge of the secondary monitor instead of staying on the first, primary monitor. The only way to reset it back is to drag it again to the right edge of the primary monitor, after every reconnect of the secondary monitor. As I take my laptop to work every day, and frequently move it around my apartment, the process of resetting Desktop Coral becomes quite tedious after a while smiley

Could you please make Desktop Coral remember the screen it was docked between secondary monitor (re)connects?

Other than this, Desktop Coral does it's job wonderfully, and I could not be more grateful for it.
Thanks!
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