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New issue 35716 by jackonei...@gmail.com: Popup Window Positioning Broken
on Dual Monitor Setup
Chrome Version : <From about:version: Chromium 24.0.1308.0>
OS Version : <From about:version: Windows 7 Professional>
Type of computer : <Make/model of computer running Chrome OS>
Network info : <network, encryption type, router model (if known)>
Please specify Area-* of the system to which this bug/feature applies.
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Use a computer with a dual monitor setup, open chrome in left window
2. Navigate to http://jsfiddle.net/E24Cr/5/
4. Drag the chrome browser to the right window and repeat
5. Drag the chrome browser back to the left window and repeat
What is the expected output?
Popup window will render in centre of left-most screen each time.
What do you see instead?
when browser is moved to right-most screen, popup window renders on left
edge of this screen. Popup will continue to render at the left edge until a
new tab is opened.
How frequently does this problem reproduce? (Always, sometimes, hard to
What is the impact to the user, and is there a workaround? If so, what is
Poor aesthetically, no known workaround.
Please provide any additional information below.
I have tried this by hard-coding the values for xPosition and yPosition, so
the problem doesn't seem to lie with the screen.width or screen.height
calls. This problem occurs whenever Chrome is open in the secondary screen
of a dual headed system. (Reproduced on another computer). Expected
behaviour is based on that of IE9, Firefox and Safari.