I would like to second this issue, except mine is with the placement of the window on one of my screens. I want to place a window in the lower right corner of the screen, but the Move/Resize Window script step doesn't seem to work properly. I have a big external monitor and my laptop monitor in a dual monitor setup. The window is on the laptop, and I want to move it to the lower right corner of the laptop, but when I put in values to do this, it jumps to my big monitor. Is there a fix for this bug? I assume FM is aware of it, as it's been around for several versions (I'm using FM13).
Thank you for your post.
Is the main monitor smaller or larger than the external monitor?
Is the external monitor situated to the left, right, above or below the main monitor?
If the external monitor is situated to the left or right of the main monitor, is the external monitor top-aligned, center-aligned, or bottom aligned to the main monitor?
What are the screen dimensions of the monitors?
Any other information you can provide may be helpful.
1280x800 13" Retina Laptop monitor is on the left (see enclosed), bottom aligned with 1920x1080 24" external monitor on right.
Thank you for the information.
I do not have access to a two-monitor system, so I'll need more information.
If you manually place the window in the bottom right corner of the main monitor, what values do you get via Get (WindowLeft), Get (WindowTop), Get (WindowHeight) and Get (WindowWidth)? Do these values coincide to the values you entered for Move/Resize Window options?
Do you notice at what point do the screen values shift the window to the external monitor?
When the window shifts to the external monitor, what are the values of Get (WindowLeft), Get (WindowTop), Get (WindowHeight) and Get (WindowWidth)?
Thanks for the suggestion about the Get functions. It works when I use a negative number for the WindowLeft in the Move/Resize script step. A positive number for WindowLeft puts the window on the monitor with the menu bar; a negative number for WindowLeft puts the window on the other monitor.