Posted Thu, 11 Feb 2016 23:53:40 GMT by William Brooks
Like me, if any of you work with 2 monitors and like to have you palettes on 1 screen and your ACAD/Advance on the other, you may find yourself re-positioning your palettes every time you start up because the palettes return to a default location. The palettes are located depending on where your primary monitor is. If you make your primary monitor the one on your left hand, then the palettes will stay where you put them.
Posted Fri, 12 Feb 2016 00:54:19 GMT by Tommy Moussis
Hello William,The advance Steel palettes are coordinate based and these coordinates can be modifies through your registry editor to make the palettes appear on your other screen.See attached file. Best Regards, Tommy

Attachment: Advance Steel Palettes.png

Posted Fri, 12 Feb 2016 02:00:42 GMT by William Brooks
Tommy,Thanks for the response, I tried to reply to your email, but it came back rejected. I found changing the coordinates wouldn't allow the palettes to move to the left and off the primary monitor onto the secondary without them going back to the primary monitor at the next startup. When I switch the primary monitor to the left, I can then put the palettes wherever I want and they stay there.

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