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BYN Jumps Between Windows 10 Virtual Desktops


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When BYN is running on a Windows 10 virtual desktop, it will intermittently jump from the desktop where it was started to the currently active desktop. This frequently occurs at the end of an imaging sequence. Is there a way to keep it on the virtual desktop where it was started?

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There are 4 virtual desktops. If BYN is started on desktop #1, the BYN  window will unexpectedly appear on the currently active desktop (#2 ,3, o r4) and no longer be present on desktop #1. I would like for the BYN window to stay on the desktop where it was started.

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This is most easily reproduced by starting an imaging sequence and during that sequence  changing to another desktop. When the imaging sequence ends, the BYN window appears in the currently active virtual window rather than staying on the virtual desktop where the program was originally started.

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