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 From:  mattj (MATTJENN)
6337.1 
Hi michael

Im having problems with MOI on mavericks. When i launch the software sometimes the top left corner of moi is located in top left of the os. And because of problems with dual monitors (i run on my primary screen only to keep it more stable) the top part of moi is always covered by another mac app. Hence i can't grab the MOI window and move down so i can access to the top part of mois interface.

Is there perhaps a key combination which enables me to click drag the moi screen using any part of the moi window i.e. the blank areas under the scene browser?

see attached for screenshot of top left of my screen


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 From:  mattj (MATTJENN)
6337.2 
Should also mention that its the same if the moi interface is overlaying the moi windows , see attachment

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 From:  Michael Gibson
6337.3 In reply to 6337.1 
Hi Matt, unfortunately Apple made a lot of changes in how multi-monitor stuff works in Mavericks, and it's causing a lot of various different problems.

But from what I've heard it should be possible for you to change a OS setting to make things behave like they used to before Mavericks and that may help to avoid this from happening.

The setting is under System Preferences > Mission Control - uncheck "Displays have separate Spaces" there.

You will then need to reboot your system in order for this change to take effect.

Does it behave any better after that?

- Michael
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 From:  mattj (MATTJENN)
6337.4 
perfect! that works a treat.
It seems to calm a lot of other apps down as well. Looks like this part of OSx is still early days!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
6337.5 In reply to 6337.4 
Great, I'm glad that there's a solution for now anyway!

- Michael
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