OneClick and Multiple Monitors

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My laptop is connected to two monitors via a docking station. One of these monitors is my primary display.

I have OneClick active all the time and position it on my primary display.

If I disconnect my laptop from the docking station, then reconnect, OneClick stays on my laptop screen. I have to drag it back to my primary display.

With several meetings every day where I have to take my laptop to a conference room,  I'm having to do this re-positioning far too often.

Is there a way to make OneClick recognize the current primary display and dock it there?

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I have the exact same issue. The Oneclick box appears on my primary monitor (where I had anchored it) only some of the time ... maybe one in every 10 times I launch capture. When it does not appear I try bouncing the cursor along the edges of both my primary and secondary screens, but it is nowhere to be found. Only by disengaging the Displaylink software and then reapplying it does oneclick appear again. However the configuration of multiple monitors is tricky business and can screw up the multi-monitor array. So I end up opening the large capture box on my second monitor where it remains so it is handy. But it reduces my desktop real estate.
Please find us a better workaround.