I am trying to create a flight with multiple views using V2. I can create the extra views and position them and save the .fxml flight file. When I look at the flight file the window positions are correct but when I load the flight the windows are created inside the main Prepar3D window, not where they are supposed to be. These windows are undocked and are positioned on separate monitors. This worked right after I installed Prepar3D V2 but something has changed and I don't know what it is. Is there a 'master' setting somewhere that prevents the windows from coming up in their saved position? What might be causing the problem?
Problem Solved. There was a third party program (Matrox Power Desk) that was causing the problem. If I boot without PowerDesk in my startup Prepar3D works as expected.