There is a bug within Windows that has annoyed me for years. Well, I assume it's a bug. Rarely (within the frequency of once a year or so) I'll open an application (doesn't matter) that implements dialogs. When I open a dialog, it opens off the edge of the screen. In other words, you see the dialog window on your task bar but you can't see the window.
I right-click on the task bar item and I select "move". I get the "move" cursor but, since the window is open outside the screen's viewing area, I can't move it. The only way to view the dialog is to select the "Maximize" option. This is an okay solution, however, if the dialog is one that does not allow for maximization you're screwed.
Maybe this is a bug with the particular application that executes the dialog. (The one annoying me today is SQL Server Management Studio.)
My question is, has anyone else seen this bug and is there a way to "move" these hidden windows so that I can use them?