A big problem for dual displays in windows 10

Bug report

Today I used Inkdrop in windows 10. I placed the Inkdrop window on the external screen in my office. Later I returned home, I couldn’t open the app properly. It was always staying off the screen. I tried shift + right click the icon in task bar to move it, but it didn’t work. The only way is to maximize it, then to resize.


  • Platform: Windows
  • Platform version: 10
  • App Version: (3.25.4)

Hi Bob418,

Thank you for the report.
You can bring the window back with arrow keys after selecting move menu on task bar.
Also you can fix the saved position in C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\inkdrop\config.cson like so:

        x: 100
        y: 100

Hope that helps!

Thanks for the tip. Yesterday I really felt frustrated when I couldn’t reach my notes. Inkdrop has become an important part of my workflow. Thanks for your effort to keep making it better.

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Thanks so much for your kind words! :smiley:

I also had this issue. The app lands in the middle of the two screens, seems to be treating them as one. Can this be fixed so it defaults to the primary monitor? :slight_smile:

@Saxon_J The middle of the two screens? Can you please explain more in detail? I need to reproduce it.

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