Windows 10. Latest DOpus (but issues existed in 10 and 11 as well). Four monitors. I want 3 lister layouts with equal sizes to fit a single monitor (1920x1080), noting that H=1050 is used to allow for taskbar, as follows:.
1 : x=0 y=0 w=640 h = 1050
2 : x=640 y=0 w=640 h = 1050
3 : x=1280 y=0 w=640 h = 1050
If I manually alter the .oll files (which I'm trying because saving lister layouts isn't working) to what I think should reflect those values as follows:
wp rc="0,0,639,1050,100" showcmd="1"
wp rc="640,0,1279,1050,100" showcmd="1"
wp rc="1280,0,1919,1050,100" showcmd="1"
I dunno where the pixel gets lost at 1919... but no big deal.
They actually open up as follows:
1 : 7,0,631,1042
2 : 647,0,1271,1042
3 : 1287,0,1911,1042
It's difficult to be sure of those because there appears to be a fair amount of shading on the edges.
And while that's somewhat ok... because nothing is overlapping and they all fit on monitor. That's not what I want. And worse though, I have to manually alter the layout files to get that to happen. If I position them where I want them and save they, they're not so greatly positioned.
I know this has to do with windows 10 handling of windows, as I program stuff too, there should be a way for you to overcome this issue.
Is there a setting or something I'm missing?
It would be really nice too if DOpus has a way to quickly auto-size and position the windows on a screen. There's probably tool out there somewhere to do this with any window... I'll have to look. But, even if there is... those sizes/positions won't save in the layout file properly. So...
What to do?
Are the data files documented anywhere? What's the 100 mean in the rc variable? 100% is my guess.