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I suspect Aero is busting you. Try manually sizing the window(s)
where you want them, but make sure Aero doesn't "help" you. Even
if you have to leave a little border around the window, do it. I
suspect that will solve your issue.
Anyone else out there using Aero? Has anyone else had issues
with windows size/position being recalled? Is anyone else even
following this thread? ;)
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE
for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 10/22/2020 4:09 PM, Glenn O'Connor
Do your multi-track windows come back where they were when you
closed them? Try the following sequence:
1) Open a multitrack on some station
2) Size and/or move the window around to where you'll remember
3) Close the multi-track window
4) Re-open a multitrack on the same station.
if that works, then try putting the multitrack window where you
want your main window to be and close it there. Then re-open
the multitrack and see where it goes now.
The Multi-track reverts to the main window size after
One more question. Is the main window completely on the screen
on the right side of your monitor or is it's right edge actually
off the screen?
And (ok, two questions) are you using one of those Windows
features that maximizes the vertical coverage of a the window or
are you actually sizing and moving it to exactly where you want it
It's on the very right side of the monitor, using the
Yes, that Aero feature does maximize the vertical
position. No to sizing it "manually". BUT, I just noticed
something, a new wrinkle perhaps. Upon the Aero sizing of the
main window, I've been able, in the past, to move that main
window around the monitor's "real estate" and maintain that
aspect ratio. However, now I moved that desired window aspect
even just slightly away from monitor's side, it reverts to the
original, undesired windows size! Wait, what?!?!