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It is something I have just learned to deal with I guess. I don't believe that there is anything that can be done unless Adobe figures out how to tell that you have two monitors.
A solution to this problem is to scale the main Premiere window to completely fill monitor 1 only (do not maximize). Then select a panel that you want on the other monitor and drag it out of the main Premiere window and drop it onto the other monitor. Adjust this new window on monitor 2 to the full size of the monitor and then drag other panels that are desired to be on monitor 2 and dock them as normal in the new window. Save this workspace. Dialog boxes will now display centered in the main Premiere window instead of half on each monitor.
What is happening is that the dialog boxes are popping up centered within the main PPro window. What you need to do is file a feature request with Adobe asking for two things:
- Dialog boxes should pop up centered on the primary monitor
- Dialog boxes should remember their position during the course of a session.
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I just tried Gary's way. Works fine. I had never noticed that before. That could actually work for me. Looks like I have to rearrange all my wide workspaces to work his way.
By the way, Gary, it is OK to have the main Premiere Pro monitor maximized on my system.
That's awesome advice guys, thanks for the help it worked great! :)
Gary has just made my day! Thanks for this great solution to an annoying problem. Now, how do I make the scopes always show in the reference monitor so I don't have to do that every time?
THANKS Gary! :)