Exactly the same issue i have, yet to have a reply to my post about it sadly
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Seems to randomly fix itself if I crash the program and restart it or if I uninstall and reinstall it. Like just now it was happening when I first got on my computer for the first time today. Then I noticed there was an update did the update and it went back to the settings I have in place for it.
For me it happens basically everytime i run a fullscreen game, not borderless fullscreen, but exclusive fullscreen. Once i close whatever i ran like that, it gets confused it seems
Same Problem here. It can be easily reproduced when placing the Taskbar on the screen which is set as secondary in windows settings. Then start an exclusive fullscreen application, like a game or something on the screen which is set as primary in windows settings. After closing (or even tabbing out to desktop) the exact size of the taskbar on secondary screen is blocked on the primary. Maximizing Windows on the primary screen then behaves like the taskbar is placed on this screen. Going to settings in startallback and switching off an on taskbar modifications resets this and all is working fine again. What perhaps might cause the Problem (but I dont think so) : My primary screenis #2 and my secondary monitor is #1 in windows settings. If i have a little spare time i can just change the plugs and try if the problem goes away or not.
Changed the Plugs, nothing changed. Found out that switching off / on taskbar settings is not neccessary - moving the taskbar to the primary monitor and back is enough to get back to normal behaviour for all applications. It is definitely easy to reproduce when tabbing out of an exclusive fullscreen application on primary screen while having the taskbar on the secondary screen.
Yeah ive played around with it a bit, and its literally every single time you launch anything that takes exclusive fullscreen control. Should be very simple to reproduce!