At the moment things work like this: whenever I open an application, it opens into the monitor it was positioned the last time. For some cases that's okay, and if the monitor is a wrong one, it doesn't take a second to pull the window from one monitor to another. Also, at least DisplayFusion lets me create rules for programs, if I like to.
But, not only am I not a huge fan of configuring every single software I'm about to use, but also there are numerous softwares which have many dialogs: to name one, GIMP (think about Filters). Also file save/open dialogs often go to the wrong monitor, forcing me to pause for a moment to realize what's going on.
That leads me to the question. Is there a software for or a build-in way in Windows 7 to force applications and dialogs to open to the active monitor - either the one that has the active window or the one mouse cursor is on? It doesn't matter if that's an option.
So far I haven't found a similar question from SO nor here. Even Google is powerless. Maybe this is impossible or useless feature or I'm just using wrong keywords, but hopefully someone is able to figure it out for me. Thanks.