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Old 10-08-2010, 03:06 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Barty View Post
I have a dual monitor setup. When I open a dialog, like "edit metadata", calibre puts it the dialog on the second monitor. Unfortunately, I don't want this since the second monitor is my TV/ So every time I use calibre, I have to switch to single monitor setup.

Is there a way to prevent calibre from using the second monitor? I see nothing in Preferences. thanks.
Believe GRiker, I run 3 heads (WS,std,std portrait).
Calibre cover browser does weird stuff if you open Calibre on a different Aspect ratio or orientation monitor. Your primary monitor needs to be "normal" in a mixed lash-up
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