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How to reset SwiftKit's saved window position

SwiftKit now has the ability to remember what position it was in last time you had it open. This can on occasion cause a problem. For example if you had SwiftKit on a second monitor but then if you removed the second monitor you may not be able to see the SwiftKit window.

  1. Open your profile data folder. To do this do the following

    Hold down the windows key on your keyboard and press R. Then type one of the below in:

    For Windows XP/2000:
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\SwiftKit\Profiles

    For Windows Vista:
    C:\ProgramData\SwiftKit\Profiles

  2. Select your profile folder and then open the Data folder.
  3. Open Settings.ini


Delete these two entries under [Interface];

WindowTop=
WindowLeft=

Save and exit. Now when you open SwiftKit it should open in it's default position.

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k1u posted...

worked for me, SK wouldn't open :D


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