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Photoshop won't move to 2nd monitor, keeps snapping back to the first monitor.
Adobe Photoshop Version: 24.7.0 20230719.r.643 efe3886 x64Operating System: Windows 10 64-bitVersion: 10 10.0.19045.2251System architecture: Intel CPU Family:6, Model:5, Stepping:4 with MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2, AVX-512, HyperThreadingPhysical processor count: 18Logical processor count: 36Processor speed: 3000 MHzBuilt-in memory: 130740 MBFree memory: 83870 MBMemory available to Photoshop: 103568 MBMemory used by Photoshop: 70 %Crash Handler: AdobeDCX Version: 7.1.5SAM SDK Version: 4.1.4ACP.local Status:- SDK Version: 188.8.131.52- Core Sync Status: Reachable and compatible- Core Sync Running: 184.108.40.206- Min Core Sync Required: 220.127.116.11Live Edit Client SDK Version: 4.0.0Content Credential Helper Version: 0.5.3D3D12Warp renderer: Disabled.Manta Canvas: Enabled.Alias Layers: Disabled.Highbeam: Disabled.Wintab Digitizer ServicesSpec Version 1.4Impl Version 1.39Num Devices 1Image tile size: 1024KImage cache levels: 4Font Preview: MediumHarfBuzz Version: 4.3.0TextEngine: Unified Text Engine======= GPUNative API stable: TrueOpenGL API stable: TrueOpenCL API stable: TrueGPUDeny: 0GPUForce: 0useGPU: 1useOpenCL: 1isGPUCapable: 1GPUName: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000GPUVendor: NVIDIAIsNativeGPUCapable: 1IsOpenGLGPUCapable: 1IsOpenCLGPUCapable: 1HasSufficientRAM: 1GPU accessible RAM: 16,161 MBRequired GPU accessible RAM: 1,500 MBUseGraphicsProcessorChecked: 1UseOpenCLChecked: 1Windows remote desktop: 0Windows available feature level: 12.1Windows required feature level: 12.0Windows has required feature level: 1Display: 1Display Bounds: top=0, left=0, bottom=1440, right=2560Display: 2Display Bounds: top=0, left=2560, bottom=1440, right=5120
this is happening to me also. in cc 2024 as well as the beta. quite annoying. 🙂
No problems dragging the PS window here, whether PS is full screen or floating window.
PS 24.7 production, Windows 10 pro, RTX 3060, 2x1920 x 1200 monitors.
Please post full system info (yes, it's very long).
Happening to me to with 24.7 Photoshop
If I maximize ps I can move it to monitor 2 but it then snap to that position and to move it again I need maximize again which leave maximized mode.. I dont want ps maximized as I run several programs same time, this started today - only difference from yesterday is that windows updated itself
It's immensely frustrating when Adobe pushes out a release with a serious, unrealized issue such as this. Not sure Adobe is even aware of the problem at this point, since there doesn't seem to be an mechanism to notify the developers. 😞
Happening to me, too. When I try to move it to the 2nd screen manually, dragging it by the frame, it snaps off the edge. As my second monitor is my Huion graphic tablet, Photoshop is essentially unusable. I'm not going to try painting with a mouse.
Update: it happens with illustrator as well. Also, It's not only that it won't move to the second monitor, I can't move them at all. They both just snap back.
I may have just gotten lucky, but I did a quick uninstall, reinstall, and rebooted my system, and now I can drag the window over. I have *no* idea why it worked, but I'll take it.