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Andrew B. | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Sep 27 2020 6:27 PM

I am running Logos 8 on a PC running Windows 7 Pro OS.  I have three monitors connected and in use.  I would like to instruct/program Logos 8 which monitor I want it to open and run on.  I have been able to do this with other programs on my computer but Logos 8 does not respond to my attempts to use the same method on it.  It keeps opening and running on the same monitor.  Has anyone done this successfully and how did you accomplish this task?  Thanks in advance....

- Andrew

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Joseph Turner | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 27 2020 8:15 PM

I use four monitors, and I put the windows in the monitors I want maximized, and then I save it as a layout.  Every time I open the layout my windows go where I want them.

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Andrew B. | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Sep 28 2020 7:18 AM

BING-GO!! Yes Thank you Joseph and thank you for your quick reply!  I did what you said and it works now.  However for the sake of anyone else who might read this post and is having the same issue I would like to add this bit of information,  I created a "Test Layout" and saved that just like you mention in your response,  When I started the application it would not open in the window I saved it in.  To keep this short, I found out I had to go to the systems settings and select that test layout I just created was selected as the layout to open when Logos 8 is started.  When I did that then Logos would open up on the monitor I wanted it to open up on.  Your solution works Joseph, thanks again. :)

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Joseph Turner | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Sep 28 2020 10:12 AM

Wonderful!  Glad I could help and good additional information!

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