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One-time square-rig sailor and electronic engineer, currently a C# and T-SQL developer. OK, so I'm somewhat eclectic in my choice of careers.

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comment Visual Studio 2010 Graphic Artifacts
I had a similar problem in Visual Studio 2013, only not as bad as described in the post above, and the fix described above worked for me. In VS 2013 go to Tools > Options > Environment > General and uncheck "Automatically adjust visual experience based on client performance" then uncheck "Use hardware graphics acceleration if available".
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awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
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revised Where can I obtain the SQLpackage command-line utility?
Formatting of long path names.
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answered Where can I obtain the SQLpackage command-line utility?
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comment How should I disconnect from a VPN connection in Windows 8.1?
Must have missed something. You're right, it was simple!
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accepted How should I disconnect from a VPN connection in Windows 8.1?
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asked How Search File Content in Windows 8 File Explorer?
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revised How do I open a remote desktop session on a secondary monitor?
Typo.
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answered How do I open a remote desktop session on a secondary monitor?
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comment How do I open a remote desktop session on a secondary monitor?
I still think something is missing in these explanations of the winposstr format. My primary monitor is 1680x1050 and my secondary is 1920x1200. Following oxyscythe's answer, below, I found the winposstr in the new RDP file was "winposstr:s:0,3,2160,0,2960,600". How do we get from xpos/xpos+width to 2160/2960 and from ypos/ypos+height to 0/600, given the dimensions of the two monitors?