10.3.2. Win 7 SP1 x64
I discovered this while investigating something else which I'd like to clarify also.
I wanted to know why a workspace which I opened and which overlapped onto my second screen could not be fixed simply by resizing it and then closing it. Next time I opened it it was again overlapping the second screen. I finally tracked it to the fact that it was in my favorites and it seems that favorites saves the window size and location for the WS. I removed it from the favorites, opened it, resized it the way I wanted and then added it back to the favorites. I just want to confirm that this is how its intended to work.
Then I found an issue with a WS. If I open a workspace and it had been closed maximised (and saved to favorites as maximised) then I click to unmaximise it in order to move/resize it, it will overlap onto my second screen. If I then resize it so it fits into my screen and then maximise a following unmax will return to the right size. So it looks like the initial unmaxing has to determine a size and its getting it wrong when I have two screens running.
Edited by Daniel Semler, 10 November 2013 - 12:25 AM.