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I recently upgraded to LO and I'm mostly quite pleased with
it, especially the way it now opens the My Templates folder when I
want to do a new file from a template (this disappeared in 3.3 or 3.4,
where it just opened the templates without opening a specific folder,
but I digress).

However, I have noticed an interesting quirk that set in right away.

I use LO at work to edit documents that I intend to use personally
(since our "official" document processor is - I can't say it, but
everyone knows what the default is...).  I have the good fortune to
have two 24" HD monitors side by side, and I tend to use the right one
for such efforts.  This makes my monitor size 3840x1080, and I use
most of that real estate all the time.

However, since, even though I move every document I open to
the right edge of the right screen (1920-3839, but more than half way
across the second 1920 pixels of screen), new ones ALWAYS open on the
left screen (0-1919).  This did not happen in 3.4, and I believe it
didn't happen in 3.5.1, but I wouldn't swear to it.

I would really really really prefer that LO could remember where it
was when the last window was closed and reopen there, the way it used
to do.

Any clues?



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