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  • outcycling
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    #5031 |

    On the MAC I use the virtual screens to keep various apps in different spaces. When you shut down the mac you can set it to remember all your currently open apps and which virtual screen they are on so when you reboot it is all exactly as when you last shut down. Anytune doesn’t seem to remember this for some reason and often just ends up on the screen where safari is running (which might be the current one I am viewing). IS there a setting for this or is it a bug ?
    Thanks.

    outcycling
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    #5032 |

    Seems the app initially comes up on the screen you located it too but during the setup process if you move to another screen then the anytune app moves to the one you are on.

    tony_anytune
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    #5033 |

    Hmmm, I am not aware of anything app developers need to do to support Virtual Screen and couldn’t find anything in a quick search of documentation. MacOs should handle this for us. Right-Click on the Anytune icon in the Dock >Assign To and make sure it is assigned to the screen you want.

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