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When I minimize a chart it seems to be positioned on the Windows desktop, which is partially visible. I am unable to restore the window to original size or right click and move. Nothing happens when I click on the minimized window?? 475533825_MinimizedChartWindow2019-06-17_02.png.7e4b4e68dd48032cac28f0cc26c90645.png

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this is a Windows 10 issue, not MT. One of the updates screwed that up. However, one of the subsequent updates fixed it. Check if there are further updates for your Windows setup

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23 hours ago, Jerry Medved said:

this is a Windows 10 issue, not MT. One of the updates screwed that up. However, one of the subsequent updates fixed it. Check if there are further updates for your Windows setup

Did all the Win 10 updates but didn't fix the problem.

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the "fix" in windows 10 was just a guess cause I saw it disappear after one of them on my computer. This happens if you have the chart windows set to not show as separate icons on the task bar and then minimize. A workaround would be to change the setting in MT to allow separate icons for "Child windows" (SETTINGS / APPLICATION / GENERAL) and then just let Windows group them together on the task bar.

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22 minutes ago, Jerry Medved said:

the "fix" in windows 10 was just a guess cause I saw it disappear after one of them on my computer. This happens if you have the chart windows set to not show as separate icons on the task bar and then minimize. A workaround would be to change the setting in MT to allow separate icons for "Child windows" (SETTINGS / APPLICATION / GENERAL) and then just let Windows group them together on the task bar.

Thanks...that's functional

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