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There is some weirdness with using the Cloverleaf client with dual monitors especially when going from local display with dual monitors to a remote desktop session with a single monitor. There are times when menus will open up on the right edge of the left screen. And there are times when the dialog boxes (ex. thread properties) will pop up on the other monitor.
On the days I work remotely, I use a 17″ (laptop) or 22″ (desktop) widescreen monitor to connect to my remote desktop which uses two 21″ flat panels. I have to make sure I move all of the Cloverleaf windows over to the left monitor and check to make sure that the dialog windows are opening in the left monitor before connecting with remote desktop.
Ideally, the Cloverleaf monitor would be more aware of the monitor environment and adjust itself on the fly. Like, for example, it could always pop up the dialog windows on top of the main window instead of “remembering” where it was last opened.
I think you’ll find that more and more people are working remotely and with all sorts of different display environments. Just some ideas.
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