I am using Windows 7 with the taskbar positioned at the top of my screen.
I am also using TweetDeck v 0.32.5.
When TweetDeck opens, it always positions itself to the top of the screen (not top of desktop).
Thus the title bar of TweetDeck places itself behind the windows taskbar, and I am not able to grab the title bar to move the window to where I want it (which is to the bottom of my right monitor).
Is there a way to move a window other than by dragging the taskbar? Perhaps a keyboard shortcut + arrow keys?
- TweetDeck does not place itself to the position is was in when last closed. (I have an unanswered feature request in with TweetDeck on this).
My current workaround is:
unlock my taskbar
drag the bottom of the taskbar down to make it 2 icons tall
TweetDeck responds to this event by repositioning itself just below the now "taller" taskbar.
After this, I make the taskbar smaller again (1 icon tall) and I regain access to the title bar so I can then move the window.