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Fusion 360 going off screen

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wyliewarner
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Fusion 360 going off screen

When I go to open fusion as usual it open but shifts completely off screen where I only get a 1/4" of gray vertical tab as shown in the pics. I try and drag it to move it and it won't move. I can minimize it by clicking the tab below on the pin menu or open and it immediately goes off screen. 

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kellings
in reply to: wyliewarner

Hi @wyliewarner You are running 2 monitors correct? Can you unplug one monitor and then try to launch Fusion to see what happens? Are you able to see Fusion OK then? 

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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dan.banach
in reply to: wyliewarner

Hi @wyliewarner 

A few questions and suggestions.

  1. Did this issue just start?
  2. Are all Windows updates installed?
    1. Restart the computer to ensure everything is installed.
  3. Have you updated the graphics driver?
  4. Try resetting the default layout in Fusion 360 by pressing the Ctrl + Alt + R key at the same time.
  5. Try changing the Graphics Driver that Fusion is using.
    1. Click the initials or profile picture icon in the top-right corner.
    2. Click Preferences.
    3. From the General Option, Change the Graphics Driver to to Direct X 9 or the Open GL option.
  6. If you have two graphic cards, take a look at this article: Your graphics card might not be optimal to run Fusion 360.

Please keep us posted.

-Dan



Dan Banach
Sr. Technical Manager & Community Manager

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