Yes, get different video drivers. nVidia is pretty slow to incorporate that however.
I'm happy with my system stability etc with a GTX285. Does this mean my problem can't be solved... was hoping it maybe as simple as changing some coordinates in a text file somewhere.
The problem is the nVidia drivers. ATI does not have this problem.
I've also got a GTX285 and the dialog boxes pop up in the center of my primary monitor, but I'm running Windows 7, not a Mac... perhaps its the way Mac and nVidia work together?
I believe this issue has arisen previously and it is something to do with the way you have set up your
PPRO application panes /windows.
(In fact I had it for a while in CS3)
Have you stretched the main app over two monitors?.
What ever..both posters with the issue have done the same thing with the same problem.
Compare your pane set ups.
Would you mind elaborating on this a bit more? If the app is stretched over two screens, is that the problem?
If I recall correctly
There are a number of ways that one can set up PPRO windows and panes in a two monitor rig and one of the ways created the issue of the dialogue box centering on the two screens.
I think it was when the app was "streched" to fill both monitors and the panes re arranged inside the entirety.
My 2 monitor rigs use panes broken out of the main screen and positioned across the 2.
Yeah, I sorted out the issue by having the main gui on 1 mon but I was just seeing if there was a way of doing it when the gui was stretched across the 2.
No big deal I guess.
Thanks again for all replies
That did it! I was simply trying to stretch the program accross the two monitors. Unlocking the frames and repositioiing did the trick (saved as a custom workspace, of course).