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  1. Hi Affinity-Team, I have a laptop which I use on separate displays and as stand alone equal times. I always have the issue that the context toolbar is disappearing on either one of the different screens. Even if I try to turn it off and on again, it stays disappeared. I assume this might be larger issue, but I would love to have all the windows, toolbars, etc. to be on the exact same place where I left them, last time I have been on the specific display. When I connect to different monitors / beamers the operation system also remembers my display resolution for the different screens. Maybe this is a possibility for Affinity Designer / Photo to adopt. Kind Regards Tim
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