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xx SLS issue anyone?
« Thread started on: Jan 13th, 2017, 08:16am »

hi guys,

till recently I had been using Philips excellent SLS app alongside Stickies so that when moving screen setups, my stickies were nicely visible
....but now it doesn't seem to work :/ .... I have to restart it as it errors when manually trying to load layout save

@Tom - would it be possible for Stickies to say stack all the stickies in centre of the main monitor when the recover feature is used?

many thanks
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xx Re: SLS issue anyone?
« Reply #1 on: Jan 14th, 2017, 05:47am »

That's sort of what it does already - it checks through windows looking for any which aren't on the virtual screen, and moves them there.

However, it won't move any which look correct. You can see that most people will use that feature to find one or two "lost" notes, and if it moved all of the notes then that would be unnecessarily intrusive, and annoying.

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« Reply #2 on: Jan 14th, 2017, 08:46am »

hi Tom,

thanks for reply - sorry should have been more exact in my post smiley .... yes it does bring all the notes to main screen, but they are sort of scattered all over the place, and on top of each other etc .... so was wondering if it could neatly stack them so they are all visible?

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