Thank you for your post.
This appears to be related to your post at:
Granted, this is an entirely different issue, but I'd like to explore a couple of options.
If you move the window to the right monitor and zoom the window, since it is also appearing below the top of the main (center) monitor, what results do you get? That is, do you also return a negative value for Get (WindowTop)? If you get expected values, then that information will be helpful for the other link.
On the main (center) monitor, clicking the green zoom button does what I'd expect:
1. Moves to window to the top of the screen (just under the menu bar), leaving the position of the left edge unchanged.
2. Expands the window to reach the bottom of the screen. (It's actually 1054 pixels high, with a Desktop size of 1058. That small difference is the same when zooming my OmniWeb browser window.)
Moving the window to the center of the right monitor and clicking the zoom button behaves differently:
1. Moves the window part way to the top of the screen (y = 157, not 0 like the main monitor).
2. The resulting left position is unpredictable -- it ether says the same or the window jumps to the left edge of the screen.
3. Expands the window to be the height of the screen (1200 pixels). But since the window is not at the top of the screen, the bottom of the window is off-screen.
It's interesting that zoom problem on the left and right monitors is opposite:
• On the left monitor, the zoomed window is positioned too high, with the top of the window off-screen.
• On the right monitor, the zoomed window is positioned too low, with the bottom of the window off-screen.
Thanks, TSGal, for cross-referencing my reports and sharing my experience with the developers. If they're interested in another beta tester, could me in.
Thanks for the additional testing. I do appreciate it.
I have entered this as a separate issue, and I made notes to that it may be related to the other issue (reported in the link mentioned in my initial reply).
This issue has been addressed in FileMaker Pro 16.