The problem I’m posting here has been around for a long time for me, I don’t know about others.
What’s happening is Equalify appears to display itself on the same location when you open the interface, regardless of if that screen is actually connected.
Recently when I was at a LAN, and now that I temporarily only have 1 monitor I can’t access the Equalify interface.
As soon as I hook up another monitor it appears right where it always does, in the corner of the second screen.
When the second screen is removed, the Equalify window still remains on the now disconnected second monitor if I can say it like that.
It doesn’t seem to notice that the saved last-window-location does no longer exist and so displays outside of the screen.
So now I can not access the Equalify interface.
Restart (PC, Spotify) does not help.
I wonder what I can do to fox this problem (config I can edit?), or maybe it’s an actual thing.
Maybe an option to pin the Equalify window relative to the Spotify window is also an idea?
(When you drag the Spotify window, Equalify stays on top of Spotify like a sticker of some sort, like the old version).
Running on Windows 10, SupremeFX soundchip (Realtek HD), Spotify v188.8.131.528.g2c497f24, Equalify 1.2.5
P.S.: For the rest beta version 1.2.5 is working perfectly fine with Spotify 1.0.62