2011 opens, but disappears to the left
Thread poster: cameliaim

cameliaim  Identity Verified
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Jul 29, 2014

Hello, when I open Trados 2011 it disappears (flyes) to the left; I can see it open on the task bar, but I can´t see nothing from the main window. I tried to install again (and it was completly disappearead), then to repair with Windows, but the problem is still there, I can´t work with. Any solution?
Thanks a lot.


 

Katalin Horváth McClure  Identity Verified
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Two monitor problem? Jul 29, 2014

Have you ever used Trados on that computer with an external monitor attached?
This has been a problem for years, if you search the forums you may be able to find the old thread that discussed the problem and the solution.


 

Katalin Horváth McClure  Identity Verified
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Try this Jul 29, 2014

http://quantumcms.com/Support/TipsandTricks/MovingOffscreenWindowsBackintoViewonWindows7

 

cameliaim  Identity Verified
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solved!!! Jul 29, 2014

Thanks a lot Katalin, it´s works now!!! I only use 1 monitor. Truly grateful, thanks from all my heart!!!

 


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