I don't believe that there are ways to move the Desktop position. You can use get(WindowDesktopHeight) and get(WindowDesktopWidth) to determine the size of the program window. But I think that's all you can do.
Thanks Bruce, that was the answer I was dreading.
I will try something like maiximize window, then resize back, see if that helps.
Causes extra flickering but Windows users are getting used to that.
Windos machine is at the office, will try after the weekend.
There may be hope. I used this on Runtime Kiosk solution some years back.
It would control the application window for size and location. That was XP days - but check it out.
Here is another one that I used for a while. I liked that you could actually manipulate ANY window from FileMaker, including other applications.
But on another note...be careful with moving users windows unless absolutely necessary ( necessary to the user, not to you ). Windows users typically get touchy about trying to reposition windows on them. lol
I have a free utility for windows that allows control over the FileMaker Application window.
I have been using this to tame windows on windows for many years....