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alexParticipantalex August 21, 2015 at 1:20 am in reply to: Spike display lost after using an extended display on Windows 10
Thanks for taking the time to detail those methods. Everything you suggested works but deleting the ini file is probably the easiest to do in a pinch.
One slight snag with the Windows+Left/ Windows+Right method is that my extended desktop is above the laptop screen. Windows+Down minimises the window so that method isn’t available for extended desktops above or below the main screen.
Otherwise, spot-on and thanks!
alexParticipantalex August 20, 2015 at 7:05 am in reply to: Spike display lost after using an extended display on Windows 10
Thanks for your suggestion. I didn’t know such a thing existed in W7, I’m missing it already!
Sadly RMB on the Spike icon in W10 offers only “Pin this program to the Taskbar” and “Close window” in addition to the starting the Spike.
All in the name of progress, I suppose.