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Issue when windows TaskBar is set to be on top of the screen #21
Hello. My apologies for the delay in reply. Over the last months I tried this on several of the latest (at the time) Alpha versions and all of the Preview versions, including the currently latest Alpha. The behavior is the same in all of them, near as I can tell.
I don't think it's inconsistent how you describe: In that diagram you drew, the coordinates (which would just be workspace coordinates instead of raw screen coordinates) of upper left corner are, let's say, -200, 50 (assuming you're 200 pixels from left monitor's right edge, 10 pixels below the taskbar, and the taskbar is 40 pixels wide like it is on my Windows 7 instance).
I agree it might be unintuitive/strange, but I think it's less unintuitive then having programs opening underneath the taskbar, and at any rate, this is how Windows already treats that situation. If I use the standard Shift+Win+(Left or Right Arrow) shortcuts while ConEmu has focus in your example, then when it gets moved over by Windows, it'll be displaced down/up by the width of the taskbar as it jumps between monitors. You can observe this behavior with any not-full-screen window when having taskbar on top, not just ConEmu.