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Not a bug

resize on another screen - Version 46.0.2490.80 m - Windows 7

i73325 3 years ago • updated by Ionuț Botizan 3 years ago 1

Since the last update that try to resize the chrome window on the secondary screen, the window resizes but is dragged to the main screen.

Answer

Answer
Not a bug

Hi,


The last update did nothing that could change the window's position on re-size.

Please make sure that

  1. you didn't set the top & left properties for the preset you're trying to use (click on the extension's icon, click on "Edit presets" then click on the pencil icon next to the preset that causes the problem and make sure the "Position" section is set to "Leave unchanged")
  2. you haven't enabled the "Always center the window" option (click on the extension's icon, click on "Settings" and make sure the first checkbox is un-checked)

Please note that both the custom position and the "Always center" option are absolute values and are not relative to the display the window is currently on. So, the window is always centered on the primary display and the top/left coordinates are relative to the top-left corner of the primary display.


I hope this helps.


Regards,

Ionuț

Answer
Not a bug

Hi,


The last update did nothing that could change the window's position on re-size.

Please make sure that

  1. you didn't set the top & left properties for the preset you're trying to use (click on the extension's icon, click on "Edit presets" then click on the pencil icon next to the preset that causes the problem and make sure the "Position" section is set to "Leave unchanged")
  2. you haven't enabled the "Always center the window" option (click on the extension's icon, click on "Settings" and make sure the first checkbox is un-checked)

Please note that both the custom position and the "Always center" option are absolute values and are not relative to the display the window is currently on. So, the window is always centered on the primary display and the top/left coordinates are relative to the top-left corner of the primary display.


I hope this helps.


Regards,

Ionuț