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#1 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2016 7:39:05 AM(UTC)

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Hello, I use dual monitor , in my case, I always open over 20 stock charts from the metastock. After I click full desktop, it will extend active stock chart to other monitor. But this is not my favor, i would like to show one stock chart on one screen respectively. I have already tried cascade, column, stack mode, they all do not get my purpose. THX
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, September 13, 2016 5:33:51 PM(UTC)
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Hi, There is not a way for the Window commands to handle this unfortunately. What you might want to consider doing is creating 2-chart layouts for charts you would like to pair together. Layouts remember the chart positions (although tiling/autotile will override this, just don't save the layout if you use these commands). I will write this up as a new feature request to support more chart viewing modes. I cannot say if/when such a feature might be implemented but it would be nice to have some additional support for popular viewing styles if possible.
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