|November 26, 2008, 15:07||
Fluent with dual monitors, why can't it be easy?
Okay so I've recently acquired a second, widescreen monitor that I intend to use with fluent, as it gets extremely confusing when two instances of fluent are open at once, each with its own plots and windows etc...
So far its been great, however fluent is doing something irritating. All new fluent windows keep opening in the primary monitor instead of the second monitor.
Ex: I have the fluent console in my secondary monitor. I open up any menu, like for example the iteration menu, and it opens on my primary monitor, despite the fact that the console is in the second monitor.
I don't have this issue with other programs, just with Fluent.
Anyone know how to get around this?
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